How to use WikiTalks to encourage innovation and creativity ?

How to use WikiTalks to encourage innovation and creativity ?

We tend to receive information without critical thinking. What if we could create our own media, our own knowledge ? With videos, we can give a powerful impact to our ideas. WikiStage, is the encyclopedia in video for future knowledge.

For me, WikiStage is not an end in itself, it is a very efficient means to give a voice to youth leaders, innovators, disrupters, people we usually don't hear from in the traditional media.

I have been responsible for WikiStage Paris for one year. My strategy was to partner with innovative ecosystems to give value to talents, projects, people. From identifying, to partnering, organizing, training, managing to producing the WikiTalks … I was in charge of the whole process, backed by the wikiteam.

I launched the WikiStage Paris studio : this is a monthly recording studio, giving the occasion to let anyone record their core value.

Here are the WikiTalks that I have produced :

WikiStage Freespace Paris

The freespace movement is an experiment in what is possible when a community shares the gift of physical space. A [freespace] is a gathering place for people to come together, to create, teach, learn, and share the things which they are truly passionate about, and strengthen connections between individuals as well as communities through art, events, and long term projects.


WikiStage La Paillasse

LA PAILLASSE is an interdisciplinary, open, democratic, innovative, unconventional community working to reinvent research about biology, science and technology. It is both a fablab, collaborative space and biotech lab.

WikiStage La Paillasse is one of my intiatives to give voice to the various labs of La Paillasse, using videos. You can discover all the programming on


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WikiStage Paris

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WikiStage Design a l'ecole

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WikiStage MakeSense