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Innovating Leadership, Co-Creating Our Future

Innovating Leadership, Co-Creating Our Future

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August 11th 2015: Creating Vibrant Organizations to Drive Performance: Ecosynomics

Jim Ritchie-Dunham and team developed a quantitative framework based on extensive data collected across 93 countries to identify the factors that make an organization vibrant. Our guests talks about how this framework of Ecosynomics drives organizational abundance by improving an organization's ability to innovate out of key problems and create strategic advantage. The agreements (often unconscious) serve as the differentiator between organizations that consistently transcend the constraints of our daily organizational lives and those who don't. By creating conscious agreements that enable par

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Jim Ritchie-Dunham

Jim is president of the Institute for Strategic Clarity, an adjunct professor of business economics at the ITAM Business School, an adjunct lecturer on sustainability leadership at Harvard, and president of the Academy for SelfDiscovery Leadership, a private operating foundation. Jims work has focused primarily on understanding human agreements as integral systems, developing strategy from a systemsresource perspective, and fostering largescale socialchange as a collaborative, holistic inquiry. The author of 2 books and many articles, he has developed conceptual frameworks in his work with executive teams in corporate, government, civil society, intersectoral, and globalactionnetwork setting
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Christoph Hinske

Mr. Christoph Hinske is an associate professor at the School of Finance and Accounting at SAXION University of Applied Sciences, covering Systems Leadership and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. In his work, Christoph observed that our rapidly transforming economies force leaders to be systemic since they need to act in complex, ambiguous ecosystems. Consequently, his research focuses on empowering leaders to change their strategic and operational models from linear to circular to ecosystemic. He observed that 80% of organizations, intending to transform their models to be more systemic, continue doing the old stuff, using new fancy words. They still apply the same tools, mindsets, and frameworks
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James Drinkwater

James advises on European green building law and policy for the network of over 30 national Green Building Councils and their 5,000 company members around Europe
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2472/innovating-leadership-co-creating-our-future 30/06/2022 02:00 30/06/2022 03:00 Innovating Leadership, Co-Creating Our Future https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2472/innovating-leadership-co-creating-our-future Jim Ritchie-Dunham and team developed a quantitative framework based on extensive data collected across 93 countries to identify the factors that make an organization vibrant. Our guests talks about how this framework of Ecosynomics drives organizational abundance by improving an organization's ability to innovate out of key problems and create strategic advantage. The agreements (often unconscious) serve as the differentiator between organizations that consistently transcend the constraints of our daily organizational lives and those who don't. By creating conscious agreements that enable participants to identify creative solutions, they can determine how to implement innovation and execute for results. Organizations that can't do these three tasks will be outpaced by those who can. We will discuss: 1. What is vibrancy and ecosynomics? 2. How has the framework been used in the World Green Building Council? 3. What early results are you seeing? 3. How can you learn more? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio ecards@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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