Looking back, I find that almost everything I have done, while quite diverse in nature, has had a common factor: explaining complicated things in a simple way. My efforts have always been focused on the business of understanding. With a degree in Physics, my first job was in the circulation of scientific information (I wrote hundreds of articles on science and technology for an encyclopedia). Later I organized an information center from scratch for a technological park. There I learned that information management in organizations and institutions was the biggest challenge, and I decided to learn more in the United States. A business information center and hours upon hours of training managers in the possibilities of this new discipline led me directly to Infonomia.com. And the rest is history, as they say…
I like beauty, order, simplicity, youth. New projects and new challenges are brain food for me. I spend as much time reading as possible. I love learning: a new day, a new idea is my motto.
we have to develop a universal visual language to overcome the current information overload
future, education, combining capacities of companies, hybridation of ideas, creating new value,
I work well catalyzing work groups with the aim of eliciting knowledge we sometimes don’t even realize is there. Someone once told me that my primary virtue is to “activate knowledge”.
I have met TED when I was living in the USA back in the 90s... I have talked it about to many people in Spain through my publications across all these years... And I have co-organized the first tedXbarcelona last october
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