On 6 June in central London four inspirational speakers will come together to share their thoughts and ideas on the new `disruptive perspectives` that are shaping the future of business and why these will inevitably replace the old way of doing things.
An approach to capitalism, based on the belief that profit must serve life rather than the other way around, as highlighted by Michael Porter in his article on Creating Shared Value for Harvard Business Review is emerging.
As we start to shift from a mechanistic and rule bound business model, the rigid structures of the industrial or 3D based economy are rapidly dissolving. And, a more fluid, multi-dimensional or 5D business model (in tune with the times) is starting to manifest.
One that is defined by an understanding of how science, nature, philosophy and psychology will integrate to become the new catalysts for innovation, greater creativity, increased performance and improved employee engagement.
On the morning we will address the key strands that underpin this shift, from the concept of humble leadership to more sustainable business models where systems thinking, fractal geometry, biomimicry and an understanding of the interconnectedness of all things can come together to help to shape the future for better business.
Wise, self-actualised leaders understand how non-linear connections between diverse elements can help create something new. How can you become adept at recognising patterns, spotting trends, making connections and discerning the big picture in this changed landscape?
How can you help your companies as well as your people to take advantage of the enormous potential to be found in these complex times? How can you leverage volatility, uncertainty and ambiguity to positive advantage?