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Uma Visão Sistêmica da Vida nas Organizações

Recentemente organizei, em conjunto com a Sustainable Brands, um webinar com a participação de Fritjof Capra, no qual discutimos como introduzir o pensamento sistêmico e uma visão sistêmica da vida nas organizações. 1,493 more words

Complexity

Webinar with Fritjof Capra and Simon Robinson now online

last week I took part in a Sustainable Brands webinar with Fritjof Capra in which we discuss how to introduce systems thinking and the systems view of life into organisations. 105 more words

Sustainable Brands

My webinar with Fritjof Capra is now online

As I think you will all know, last week I took part in a Sustainable Brands webinar with Fritjof Capra in which we discuss how to introduce systems thinking and the systems view of life into organisations. 124 more words

Events

How a new green agenda is helping theatres to create a more sustainable future.

Most theatres in London now aim to ensure their productions are as environmentally sustainable as they are artistically valuable, despite the huge challenge that can at first appear. 697 more words

Sustainability

Webinar: Introducing the Systems View of Life into Organisations with Fritjof Capra

Simon Robinson will be joining Fritjof Capra in a Sustainable Brands webinar on 3rd August where they will be discussing how to introduce the systems view of life into organisations. 99 more words

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Introducing the Systems View of Life into Organisations

I am very happy to announce that in this webinar Fritjof Capra and I will discuss the importance to global brands of developing their own systems view of life, and what guidance and inspiration change agents working with brands can learn. 256 more words

Events

New Brand Seeks to Disrupt Luxury Fashion with Full Transparency – Even on the Price Tag

New fashion brand Oliver Cabell is “seeking to disrupt the luxury fashion business” with an unmatched level of transparency around its products. Exclusively available online, each product’s page on the company’s website details where the item was made and the costs that went into it, including the brand’s mark-up. 653 more words

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