Why societies should learn from children

This preface was published in the Crowdsourced off-road traffic law experiment in Finland – Report about idea crowdsourcing and evaluation, a report by the Finnish Parliament’s Comittee for the Future. Children learn by observing, imitating, experimenting and doing. Societies could learn from children. We can complement and hopefully replace arduous and bureaucratic processes with piloting and demonstrating promising ideas. We can think big, start small, fail quickly and scale fast.

Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on telegram
Uusimmat artikkelit