Daniel Ospina is a chef who turned his attention to social systems, the reinvention of democracy and our relationship with power. Organizational designer, he looks deeper to work with diversity as a perspective shifting value to R&D.
Daniel is an organisation designer, working through his company, Conductal. Beyond Conductal, Daniel is a visiting lecturer at Said Business School (Oxford University) and co-founder of a community for cross-disciplinary experimentation called Crossmodalism. See Conductal.org for more information.
Host, Dawna Jones is business change innovator specializing in the deep dynamics of transformation at a human and organizational level. Deep skills for leading and decision making in complexity equip business leaders with the awareness to stay effective and balanced while handling uncertainty. She blogs monthly for the Huff Post Great Workplace Cultures; wrote Decision Making for Dummies and contributed a chapter on the new purpose of business to Ervin Laszlo’s The Intelligence of the Cosmos. You can find Dawna on Twitter EPDawna_Jones and on LinkedIn.
Intro music is provided by MarkRomeroMusic.com. Mark’s music is scientifically proven to restore coherence to the human body. (You feel better!)