Hola! My name is Fede. I'm on a mission to humanize innovation.
I launched Pracademy, a practical academy, to help people and organizations worldwide identify their innovative potential through design thinking training.
With design thinking, innovation starts & ends with human connection. Period.
Forget about complex frameworks and soulless formulas. Innovation happens for and with humans.
Design thinkers touch people deeply by observing mindfully, listening empathically, and being vulnerable. We embrace diversity, radical collaboration, and ambiguity. All while learning through rapid prototypes and failure. We also have tons of serious fun.
Pracademy offers practical learning experiences that help people & organizations innovate & grow.
I give presentations worldwide. Whether they're for 60 people or for 600, my talks on education, innovation, creativity, and design thinking are sure to inform, engage, and inspire. So if you're in search of a transformative speaker, please reach out.
Google Norway, President of South Korea, Norwegian Young Leaders of the Year, Polishopa DT Conference, Norwegian Center for Int'l. Cooperation in Education
I offer coaching services for firms involved in mid- to long-term innovation projects. As a process expert, I design coaching programs that help teams increase their impact. Contact me if you'd like to discuss your project.
Recent coaching projects:
Digital transformation at TV2, insurance innovation at Tryg, chair design at Scandinavian Business Seating, innovation in Lithuanian cultural institutions, app design at Nasjonalt senter for mat, helse og fysisk aktivitet
Design thinking workshops are my bread and butter. I hold close to 60 workshops each year, which tap into participants' intellectual, emotional, and visceral learning. These hands-on and fast-paced experiences are designed to trigger lasting mind shifts. You can choose from the current list or I can tailor one specifically for you.
Recently invited by:
Telenor, DNB, LG, Kongsberg Group, Total E&P, Norwegian School of Economics, Baker Hughes