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Stanford d.school 6h
"Rituals are any series of activities that helps connect people to something bigger than their current task" d. school's & discuss how rituals "can give a safe space for people to experiment w/ new ideas while reinforcing values"
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Shannon Salter Apr 18
What a great lineup of international experts at the global A2J and Technology Summit in London this June. Excited to join and others as a speaker on building inclusive justice systems focused on public need:
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Stanford d.school Apr 16
Congrats to and for their book release! Check out Rituals for Work for examples and strategies that help to you get into the creative flow.
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Duarte Apr 16
Rituals can provide a structure for people to switch to a creative mind-set and push the boundaries of the ordinary.
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Stanford d.school Apr 15
“Creativity & innovation happen when people break the script and make non-obvious connections" & from discuss how rituals "can provide a structure for people to switch to a creative mindset & push boundaries"
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Margaret Hagan Apr 14
Terrific! And very good homer
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Rossana Ducato Apr 12
Curious about ? We will discuss the issue at the roundtable with SAVE THE DATE: April 27. Inscriptions here:
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
Replying to @andrea_lindblom
Yeaa! I hope it makes it there safely :D
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
I will be happy to sign a copy! Any chance you'll be coming to the Hague for the World Justice Forum?
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
Thank you, Yana!
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Yana Welinder Apr 10
Love this piece on the rituals that spark creativity by the brilliant & creative .
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
Want to up your game? On May 21st I will be co-leading a full day training at with and . It will be interactive, visual, and problem-solving! Early bird pricing til April 12th:
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
Replying to @DebashisSarkar @kursat
Thank you!
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Margaret Hagan Apr 10
I have an except from and my book Rituals for Work in today! The book just came out: lots of examples on creativity, design, focus + conflict resolution at work. Not much law, but lots of drawings!
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Margaret Hagan Apr 9
So happy to be working with you on this!
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David JF Gross Apr 9
My partner and I are excited to be a part of the one-day Boot Camp hosted by at the Stanford d. School on May 21. You can register here:
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Margaret Hagan Apr 9
Using design sprints and participatory collaboration for better pro bono management systems! From , today at forum
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Margaret Hagan Apr 9
Two big messages on effective work from today at the forum: get better business models, use tech, harness the Internet, and find the right legal/policy opportunities
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Sameena Safdar Kluck Apr 9
Replying to @margarethagan
. urges parties looking to help unrepresented litigants & decrease gap just LISTEN to those folks and what they need when trying to design that assistance.
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Sameena Safdar Kluck Apr 9
Replying to @margarethagan
Wow. says text-based court notifications have worked really well with unrepresented parties as has working with online providers to create an on-ramp online to jurisdictionally-relevant resources.
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