Posts Tagged: Corporates

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On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.

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On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.

Buddha

The Dharma, the Interconnected Mind and the Future of the Enterprise

Corporations can no longer hold back. Can not help but speak the same language of the people, get to the same questions and face the same thorny issue: fix the economy through a new relationship with resources and consumption. The price of not doing so? The forced end of the market and human development as we knew it.

Today I am optimistic in thinking that, in the end, our interconnected mind will pull out the problems we have to solve as a society. We may not to lose the Dharma at the end of the day and understand that giving up the change is, quite simply, a non-option.

Buddha

The Dharma, the Interconnected Mind and the Future of the Enterprise

Corporations can no longer hold back. Can not help but speak the same language of the people, get to the same questions and face the same thorny issue: fix the economy through a new relationship with resources and consumption. The price of not doing so? The forced end of the market and human development as we knew it.

Today I am optimistic in thinking that, in the end, our interconnected mind will pull out the problems we have to solve as a society. We may not to lose the Dharma at the end of the day and understand that giving up the change is, quite simply, a non-option.