To cite a guru of innovation and design, Josephine Green, modern societies have been living a profound process of ‘changing of age’. In this comprehensive and unpredictable process, old social paradigms are clashing with the growing impact of the absolute scarcity of resources and fragility of the human living environment, the growing human population across the planet and its increased mobility and aging, the technology shift in the form of digitalisation, and the switch to renewable energy resources. All this is having an unprecedented impact on the dynamics of our societies. They have become increasingly interconnected and interrelated between themselves, while transiting towards the unknown. At the same time as suffering from a higher degree of uncertainty, societies are also enjoying some of the most outstanding achievements in science and arts, resulting in unprecedented milestones of human civilisation. New forms of hierarchies and collaboration, learning and, knowledge sharing have been emerging as a response to these new dynamics..