Title of contribution:
Syntropic Enterprise for a world with future
Where & when:
Shamanic – Yurt
Saturday, May 30th, 2020
15:30 – 18:00
Presentation: Syntropic Enterprise for a world with future
Applying 30+ years of being an applied student of Buckminster Fuller, plus the complete re-imagination of how we design enterprise, including the sacred cows of legal entity, governance, current flows, enterprise architecture, and the recognition of value, Christine McDougall presents a precessional turn rather than trying to change the existing systems. Are we able to completely reimagine how we bring people together around a purpose that matters, for a world with a future for all. In this presentation we will look at the critical features, including integral accounting, which considers value in a minimum of 6 domains and never allows one domain to have dominion over another.
How do we apply the laws of Universe -Generalised Principles as Bucky called them- to enterprise design and human co-ordination?
And how do we enable humans to be able to contribute in a way that honours the best of their skills while also building development into the enterprise, by design.
What are the future legal entities and frameworks we need to enable all of the incentives to be coherent? How do we honour and recognise multiple forms of value, and never need to reduce value in one domain to another? How do we design internal currencies that enable flow, abundance, and increased well being for all stakeholders.
These major questions are considered. To have Syntropic Enterprises become ubiquitous we need new models, new maps, and a community committed to a world that works for all.
About Christine McDougall:
Christine works with steward leaders and enterprises globally who have a commitment to being the pioneers of enterprise change. Christine has the ability to completely re-imagine business, its role in our world, and its potential for a future for all humans. She is fluent in applying synergetics (Buckminster Fuller’s anticipatory design science), and has a way of articulating this so others can see it as well. She questions the most basic assumptions that drive our complex systems.