Posts tagged economic value
Natural capital and the fourth Industrial Revolution

The concept of natural capital is more relevant than ever in 2017, when we are devising the means to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. We also find ourselves in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, which is characterized by the digital world, genetics, robotics, 5G networks – and a new understanding of humanity’s relationship with the natural world.

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The 7 Laws of Regenerative Enterprises

In his recent HBR article, Gary Hamel described traditional-enterprise ailments as being inertial, incremental, and insipid. He goes on to point out, “Until we challenge our foundational beliefs, we won’t be able to build organizations that are substantially more capable than the ones we have today.” How true! But it’s hard to challenge current beliefs when managing itself remains a bit of a mystery. For too long now, we have gone without an actionable framework for managing that guides us in shaping enterprises toward specific ends so very needed – such as vitalization rather than optimization, constant regeneration over episodic transformation, and internal creative destruction versus preservation of stability.

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