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Jun 20
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Exnovation is the necessary counterbalance to innovation. It is characterized by the deconstruction of systems, practices or technologies that are no longer effective or in line with strategic development. 


The concept of exnovation is crucial for the design of mission-oriented transformation. 


During the interactive workshop, we will examine the notion of exnovation, applying it to the participants’ own context. The focus will be on collaborative deconstruction, as exnovation requires collective intelligence and empathy.

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Sabine Junginger
Sabine Junginger, PhD, is an internationally recognized expert in human-centered design and its role in innovating private and public organizations. As a senior design expert, she works with government innovation labs in Austria, Chile, and Brazil; the EU, the European Forum Alpbach and the OECD. She heads the Competence Center for Design and Management at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences.
Caroline Paulick-Thiel
Caroline Paulick-Thiel is a strategic designer and expert in facilitating responsible innovation. Trained in Design (BA) and in Public Policy (MPP), she is experienced in developing and leading participatory processes to address public challenges. In 2012, she co-founded nextlearning, an association supporting societal transformation processes through experiential learning formats.
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