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Learning Ecosystems

LearnScapes where innovation, data orientation, ecosystem thinking, growth mindset and employee engagement meet.

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Inspiring and thought-provoking keynote on the impact of accelerated innovation on the way we work and learn. Inspired by Katja's internationally-published book Learning Ecosystems.   

Depending on the audience, the keynote will be adapted. For executives it offers support to achieve sustainable growth with engaged employees together with all partners in the ecosystem. At team events, it motivates employees to embrace learning for personal growth and well-being.   

If desired, this keynote can be extended or given as an executive workshop that addresses the factors that shape learning organisations. This will involve using Reverse Engineering techniques together with Algorithmic Business Thinking to identify opportunities for continuous improvement.


Katja Schipperheijn is an internationally recognised author, learning strategist, guest lecturer and keynote speaker on innovations that supports learning and knowledge sharing from the symbiosis of man and machine to achieve sustainable growth with a focus on engagement and well-being.

As an author, Katja gained international fame with her inspiring book Learning Ecosystems in which she does not shy away from hypes such as the Metaverse nor does she support old dogmas about learning and learning strategies. Often provocative, she offers insights and tools that support a future-oriented strategy to grow from continuous improvement, together with employees, the organisation and society.

Besides her experience with multinationals, learning institutions and start-ups, Katja is also a philanthropist as founder of sCooledu and author of Digitale Burgertjes. More than 15,000 children have already participated in workshops about the future and the increasingly virtual world.

Katja Schipperheijn

Internationally recognized learning strategist, author and keynote speaker. Growth and well-being in a human-machine symbiosis.

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