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Learning & Innovation for Everyone (LIFE)— planning for the Future of Work

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“If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old” ― Peter Drucker

Recently, I popped into my local pharmacy, which is partly a grocery store, post office and beauty counter — in fact, its a bit of everything, a retail fusion trend that has been taking place for far…




Asking ourselves the one question that matters in design — How Might We Design for Humanity?

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Kem-Laurin Lubin, PH.D - C

Kem-Laurin Lubin, PH.D - C

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