Biomimicry for Organizational Development | April 13 | 7:30-9:30PM | Suggested Donation $10-$20
This thought-provoking keynote hosted by Yeshua Adonai, Systemic Innovation founder with guest speakers, Leen Gorissen, PhD, and Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker, author of Teeming: How Super Organisms build infinite wealth in a finite world, leaves participants thinking differently about organizational development and innovation.
For 3.8 billions of years, nature has honed a set of deep principles for thriving in resource-constrained and ever-changing conditions. Of special interest are the ultra-social “superorganisms” –– ant and honeybee colonies, and underground fungal networks –– which function as diverse yet tightly cooperative units. These ancient societies effectively sense changing conditions and mobilize response, and are some of Earth’s most successful organizations as a result.
Come learn about the simple set of time-tested deep principles they rely on, and how to implement these proven models of evolutionary success in your own organization. This talk is targeted for mindful organizational development consultants, entrepreneurs, community builders and others interested in learning from natures genius to create a better world. Time for Q&A with world renown practitioners in Biomimicry for social innovation.