Very long, and deeply analytic. And I don’t mean it as a knock: it’s the way you’ve decided to lay this out, as a story, and a reflection of how your mind works.

But I think you might reframe — perhaps after the series is told — as a more journalistic approach, where you put some grand conclusion first — perhaps participatory systemic emergence — and then tell a condensed version of the path to get there as support for the end proposition.

Work ecologist. Founder, Work Futures. The ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

Work ecologist. Founder, Work Futures. The ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.