With a mission of “Changing lives and changing the world”, Flinders University has a vision to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, […]
This month Simon Robinson, CEO (Worldwide) of Holonomics and Igor Couto, CEO of 1STi will introduce Strytegy, a next-generation online collaboration platform and demonstrate how future deep tech capabilities within the platform will create new opportunities for conscious leaders, change makers and specialists to impact on organizations and businesses at the strategic level, facilitating both cultural and digital transformation.
This last year has been extremely demanding for us all, and it has been a year of huge transition and transformation for Maria and myself, as we have expanded our focus from cultural transformation and customer experiences with soul, to digital transformation and deep tech ventures.
For the last year Maria and I have had the very great pleasure of supervising Bo through his doctoral research at the university’s department of Educational Sustainability which had the aim of “developing a sustainable balanced-reporting framework (SBRF) that will allow cities to change their management focus to include a holistic systems approach toincrease operating efficiency while making strong sustainable change”.
As many of you will have seen in some of my recent articles, Holonomics, 1STi and Vai na Web recently announced the launch of the Deep Tech Network here in […]
We have now come to the end of The Foundations of Holonomics series. This series of lectures explored the dynamic conception of wholeness in nature and human organisations, through phenomenology, […]
We now come to Henri Bortoft’s final lecture of 2011 which he gave at Schumacher College in which he brings to a close his exploration of phenomenology, hermeneutics and the […]
In this series we have been exploring the various elements of the Holonomics Approach as they are described in the Holonomic Circle. Up until this point we have been deepening […]
I would like to start this post with a little housekeeping. As I was curating this lecture this weekend I discovered an error in the naming of the audio files. […]
In this series on the foundations of Holonomics we have been discussing the notion of ‘phenomena’ in relation to the manner in which we experience the world and the relationship […]