The IFSR Conversations on Systems Science that took place in April 2018, in the Austrian city of Linz, were the first I participated in. They have proven to be an almost priceless opportunity to converse and work for a week with fellow-systems practitioners and to discuss, define and elaborate solutions for challenges in our societies. We worked on Systems Practice: how can we equip system practitioners with the collective system science skills to observe, understand, and steer complex systems?
How to get the right leadership to lead a business in a viable way while contributing materially to sustainable development? This article explores the necessity to take a long-term approach to business development, the nature of solution design by leaders, and their implications for getting the right leadership for long-term viable and sustainable business development.
Agile: transformation design approach or organisation blueprint? We see many organisations adopting Agile Business Transformation solutions. While Agile business transformation focus on fast and flexible business digital transformation, the Agile approach also installs a […]
Earlier this year, I had a conversation with the Brazilian agricultural journal Dinheiro Rural (“Rural Money”). Farmers are proving that it is perfectly possible to produce soy beans sustainably and be recognised for it by the market.
How can dialogue contribute to sustainable business development in business? This was the key question of the key-note presentation delivered to the annual global conference of the International Society for Systems Studies (ISSS), on July 11th in Vienna.
Conversations about Green Bonds – capital market bond instruments to fund capital investments with clear environmental benefits – share several conclusions most capital market parties agree on. First, Green Bond markets should further develop and […]
Architects, painters, designers, builders used to work together and made every effort to visualise and implement their dreams and proposals for future generations, while simultaneously visually challenging the cultures, politics and designs of their times. […]
Poem written on 21 August 2017, to the occasion of Vilma’s Peace Campaign for Hiroshima day 2017.