Jorn Bettin is a Partner at S23M and loves building and working with high-performance teams. Jorn works with top-level subject matter experts and transdisciplinary teams to uncover and activate deep domain knowledge. Jorn has a background in mathematics and his experience covers the following industries: logistics, industrial automation, healthcare, insurance, banking, legal and accounting, telecommunications, electricity, and government. S23M’s neurodiversity friendly MODA + MODE thinking tools complement Kaizen and agile techniques, enabling people and software systems to interact in the simplest possible way. MODA + MODE techniques create bridges of understanding between disciplines and organisational silos. Jorn is passionate about open innovation and about addressing challenges that go beyond the established framework of research in industry, government and academia via the quarterly CIIC unconference. He is a co-author of a number of books on model driven product line engineering, is an expert on semantic interoperability, and has worked in methodology leadership roles at IBM in the 1990s. Jorn is also part of Autistic Collaboration – a mutual support hub for neurodivergent individuals and ventures, and advises clients on the creation of inclusive cultures of innovation and knowledge sharing.