SustainAbility: Adapt or die!
Digital revolutions and developments have been changing the way we work, socialise and experience the world. In the last few years, Innovation Ungovernance aimed at developing yourself and your organisation to fulfil the demands for more innovation. This year, still keeping the focus on innovation, we will focus on the roles of managers, leaders and teams in organisations via societal case studies. Case studies that in themselves may already be useful for your organisation to further develop its social responsibility.
The virtual vicinity and the relativity of social and physical distance are a challenge for organisations in the ever-expanding world. However, there is a self-evident tendency to simplify our complex environment; isn’t this precisely the danger why so many innovation-processes fail?
During the event we will offer several recipes to understand the simplifications we use by better looking at the complex environment. We identify the problem environment, the solution space, the dynamics in which the change takes place and the leadership that is required. In that setting knowledge plays a crucial role.
In our view, new developments can happen anywhere and at any time, changing the field of play for an organisation and affecting its place in the market. Organisations must find solutions that better link their ability to solve problems with the challenges they face now, and in the future, and at the same time considering sustainability for the future of all. And yes, there is a need for that: The choice is: adapt or die.
WHAT WILL YOU BRING HOME?
The Calimero effect - new, eye-opening problem-solving awareness and capabilities / exchanged insights of relevant information and knowledge / experiences how cooperation can result in solutions for challenges / a unique view on reaching inclusion, development and efficiency / a potential peer community for exploring ‘New combinations’ of any kind / and last but not least, an adapted view on social responsibility and a newly published book on this topic for free.
However, most and for all a great and inspirational experience!
You can register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Costs € 25,- ex VAT