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Democratisation, Holocracy & Mass Transformative Purpose
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Democratisation, Holocracy & Mass Transformative Purpose

Right now, the only constants are death, taxes and change. Death and taxes could soon be omitted from the list!

Christina Gerakiteys
Founder UtopiaX

Once we understand what is happening we can direct our efforts and create better communities, cities and countries. Many fortune 500 companies have disappeared. Others will follow. The way to succeed in the future will be to impact the world by Doing Good Business.

Turn your thinking from Minimal Viable Product to Mass Transformative Purpose. Think in terms of globalisation and democratisation. It is possible to shift from hierarchical business systems to circles of trust, responsibility and accountability.

All it takes to move from sacrcity to abundance is a mindshift. The futurte is agile. The future is unlearning in order to relearn. The future is human centred.

What does this all mean for the way we currently do business and how might we be doing it in the future?

 

 

 

 

 

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Right now, the only constants are death, taxes and change. Death and taxes could soon be omitted from the list!

Christina Gerakiteys
Founder UtopiaX

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