Waterstones Cambridge hosts No Straight Lines
October 9, 2012
On the 7th November 2012 starting at 5.30pm I shall be giving an introductory talk about No Straight Lines at Waterstones in Cambridge. And I would like to invite you all to come along and share in the journey and co-create a best possible future.
So if you are in the area – want to come along then please feel free to do so. Below is a flyer – please feel free to share. There is also a Facebook events page. And we have made an an eventbrite page too – whichever takes your fancy.
This is the story: Humanity shifts gear when it demands fundamental change to its real world circumstances and this moment in time really does feel like a turning point in our collective approach to the organisation of the economy and society as a whole. So what does humanity want, and, how is this aspiration driving systemic change?
Humanity is demanding an upgrade from all our industrial institutions which are now proven to be inappropriate for our time – seeking to unleash the full creative potential of every human being and in so doing enhances their wellbeing and that of the wider society – from healthcare to education to the workplace, allowing humanity to surge forward united by a common purpose.
So what do organisations look like in a human-centric world – and how do traditional organisations innovate to upgrade themselves to be able to belong to the extraordinary story of human evolution that now points towards a more participatory, cooperative, and regenerative model of our society.