In this fireside chat, Unreasonable’s founder Daniel Epstein speaks with George Kembel, Global Director and Co-founder of the Stanford d.school, about how to design for greater empathy, iteration, and collaboration by modeling organizations after emergent patterns found in natural ecosystems.
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