<a href="http://beyondbridges.net/2016/02/my-speciality-generality/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Remember this ?</a> Seems like <a href="http://www.twitter.com/IndaloGenesis" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Richard Martin</a> and Kenneth Mikkelsen have written <a href="https://indalogenesis.com/the-neo-generalist/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">a book on the topic</a> ... can't wait to start the dialogue ....


Have you encountered difficulties describing what you do to other people?

Have you ever labelled yourself in order to be understood?

Is there a difference in the way that a generalist and a specialist can stay relevant?

If you had to design an approach to education fit for the twenty-first century, what would it look like?

How do you live a life of meaning if you live in more than one world?

During an era still dominated by hyperspecialism and experts with ‘the one right answer’, the neo-generalist defies easy classification. They are tricksters who traverse multiple domains, living between categories and labels. Encompassing rather than rejecting, the neo-generalist is both specialist and generalist. A restless multidisciplinarian, who is forever learning. They bring together diverse people, synthesising ideas and practice, addressing the big issues that confront us in order to shape a better future.

They are curious, responsive, connective.