Hannah Lyons-Tsai Ecosystem thinking Med

In this article, my first in an anticipated series, I wanted to stake my position and introduce myself by taking a self-reflective dive into my background and how I have learnt to embrace the diversity and experiences that I have gained on my journey so far.

Research Project: If visions of sustainable transition are the seeds, how can an innovation manager create the fertile soil for them to propagate?

A framework for enabling sustainable visions designed through the lens of Permaculture and regenerative soil practice.
More details coming soon...

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I built partnerships with a number of innovation and design experts to deliver a round-table discussion which explored innovation management through many different lens.  

I am also moderating one round-table discussion which see us in conversation around ontological innovation management perspectives. 

This is my showcase page which synthesises my research journey at Central Saint Martin's. 

In response to Covid-19, the degree show format evolved to an online platform.  I was involved in the user research phase with IBM. 

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To mark Fashion Revolution Week I joined a pre-recorded virtual roundtable discussion with four other fashion game changers to discuss 'What can brands do differently?' - We took departure from the ongoing climate crisis and considered the trajectory of the fashion industry now also in-light of the Covid-19 pandemic to unpack this complex and far reaching topic from our multiple perspectives.
(recording password FASHIONREV)

Designing and implementing strategy for: 

  • A student sustainable business pitching event, moderated by industry network

  • A film screening of Kailash Satyarthi’s 'The Price of Free', in conversation with human rights activists

  • Central Saint Martin's first clothes swap

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Available for collaboration opportunities