The Holonomics Approach – Regenerative Organisations, Experiences and Technologies

The key premise of Holonomics is that significant transformation cannot be achieved without the practice of human values and an expansion of consciousness. Without these two factors present, any form of regenerative life-enhancing transformation will still be operating from an existing mindset, no matter what language or vocabulary is being used. But when leaders do undertake to really understand the Holonomics approach, they quite literally experience a new way of seeing and being in the world, and this is when the desired transformation takes place.

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The Regenerative Dimension of Technology

Deep tech is transforming the way we understand technology and is shaping our world in ways we have never seen before. Those leaders of the future who will be successful in the design and application of deep tech will not just be those who focus on the technological dimension but understand it as a multi-dimensional concept. This can be achieved through the emergence of amplified organisations—intentional regenerative businesses which are purposeful, engaged and hyperconnected, continually evolving themselves guided by their north star of the New 4Ps.

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A Deeper Understanding of Liminality in the Metaverse

f we are to match advances in humanity to the same degree as we have advanced in technology, we need to explore the role that virtual spaces can contribute to the facilitation of liminal states of consciousness. Liminal states are far more than just a blend of the physical and the virtual, they are states of consciousness which allow us to dismantle mental models which no longer serve us before constructing ones anew.

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The Contribution of Deep Tech to Regeneration

Deep Tech and the Amplified Organisation is structured around the transformative framework of the New 4Ps of platforms, purpose, people and planet. This framework is regenerative in that growth is now understood as being qualitative, the three primary dimensions being elevation, scaling and amplification. In this manner, an organisation is able to fulfill its environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives in an authentic manner, by taking in account the systemic impact of its actions.

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