COVID-19, Sustainable Transformation and Creating Integrated Value
1 de julio a las 16h CET
This lecture will reflect on the lessons of COVID-19 from a systems thinking perspective (including exponential growth, feedback loops, overshoot and collapse, convergence and emergence) and explore how these could be applied to achieve sustainable transformation in the post-Corona era. The Integrated Value framework will be introduced, which shows how we need to move from areas of systemic breakdown (the five forces of fragmentation: disruption, disparity, degradation, disconnection and discontent) to pathways of systemic breakthrough or innovation (the five forces of integration: secure, shared, sustainable, smart and satisfying).
Wayne Visser is a globally recognized ‘pracademic’, listed as one of the world’s Top 10 most influential faculty thinkers on issues of responsible business in social media, a top 100 influencer on CSR and sustainable business, a top 100 thought-leader in trustworthy business and a top 100 sustainability leader.
Dr Visser is the author of 37 books and his work as a strategy analyst, sustainability advisor, CSR expert, futurist, filmmaker and professional speaker has taken him to 77 countries.
Dr Visser currently serves Professor of Integrated Value at Antwerp Management School, where he also holds the Chair in Sustainable Transformation, supported by BASF, Port of Antwerp and Randstad. He is a Head Tutor and Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Director of the think-tank and media company, Kaleidoscope
Futures and Founder of CSR International. Previous roles were as Director of Sustainability Services for KPMG and Strategy Analyst for Capgemini in South Africa.
- 1 hour of video content
- Live streamed and recorded
- 30 minutes presentation + 30 minutes Q&A
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