The Hyperthinker by Philip Weiss

New thinking for the Internet age

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  • Hyperthinking in the healthcare sector: Day 5

    Today I had the opportunity to talk with Goldwin McEwen, an award winning communications writer and a developer of communications and public relations strategies. He motivates and organizes groups and has successfully managed both internal and external communications in private for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, and academia. Mr. McEwen is currently the CEO of […]

  • Hyperthinking in the Smart City

    In many places around the world, we urbanites already see the ‘city of the future’ unveiling right before our eyes a bit more every day. There are many integrated parts to a ‘Smart City’ enabling ourselves and the lives of ‘Others’ to be better connected to our surroundings. However, technology is only a part of […]

  • Behind the scenes: making the Hyperthinking MOOC

    The Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC) movement is revolutionizing how we learn. I was lucky enough to be involved in a number of MOOCs and to see how thousands of people, from different parts of the world, were organizing themselves in groups to come up with brilliant ideas. The Stanford Venture Lab or Coursera, are […]

  • On hyperlearning, Massive Online Open Courses & the power of collaboration

    Following my recent lecture on hyperacting at Solvay Brussels School, I was invited back by professor Antonio Nieto Rodríguez, to talk about hyperlearning, one of the dimensions of HyperThinking. At this moment in my life, hyperlearning is proving to be especially fascinating to me; it is no exaggeration to say that day by day I […]

  • Teacher Taught

    As my regular readers will know, self-learning and the disciplined development of creative mental skills are the two key aspects of the hyperlearning dimension of HyperThinking. However, developing a concept is one thing, putting it into practice is another. Although over the years I have had some experience with online learning, I recently decided that […]