How Focus on Core Human Values and Co-creation Led to New Thinking, AiREAS and Flatten the Curve
Is there no other way to go about tough problems than breaking them into parts and triggering opposition as gaps outside the active parts remain unsolved? It turned out there is another way.
At Eindhoven in the Netherlands, Jean-Paul Close took a different approach. A project impossible to get through the system was made to happen. The way this was achieved turned out to be by creating a new way of thinking through a focus on core human values and co-creation. What he didn’t know at the time was that this was flattening the curve of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Flatten the Curve became known through COVID. But there is more to this than COVID.
Flatten the Curve is the term used for the practices coming with the Capacity Bottleneck Law of Nature. Since it is Law-of-Nature based, it is no surprise that AiREAS became possible. During the interview, important aspects of Co-creation, the Core Human Values, and the applied Flatten-the-Curve practices will be made available.
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