Prototypes and popcorn will look into how we to make the right kind of change in the world, whether trying to change a culture from the inside or allowing a group of people to lead together. The two speakers this month are Romy Zyngier and Liam Keogh.
Doors open at 6
Talks start at 6.30
We are in the back room at Loop bar
Having spent a month on a ship in Antarctica with 80 other scientists, Romy Zyngier will ask the age old question: do penguins make good leaders? What does it really take to create lasting and effective change?
Ever had your MVP mysteriously become MMVP? Or a brief that appears out of nowhere, with no defined customer need? Liam Keogh will look at the friction between customer centricity in and opaque KPIs.
With a PhD in soil science, her research focused on carbon sequestration in agricultural soils and food security in the face of climate change. With a strong sense of social and environmental justice, Romy believes story telling plays a critical role in the future of science.
A designer for 20 years, across multiple disciplines and creative industries, Liam is currently a Lead Service Designer in the finance industry, and is far more defiantly naïve than befits a man of his professional seniority.
Get in touch if you have an idea for a talk to give at the next Prototypes and Popcorn!