Evoking Ecosystems: As Nature Intended

Evoking Ecosystems: As Nature Intended

There is essentially no framework, which we can construct, that can truly describe a “framework” for ecosystems because an ecosystem’s success is typically based on its ability to capture the least common denominators of a community, or the groups typically left out...
The Stakeholder Share: Entrepreneurship’s Return to Its Roots

The Stakeholder Share: Entrepreneurship’s Return to Its Roots

The simple act of transforming our previous consideration as shareholders as the most important aspect in a corporation to integrating stakeholders as active contributors can work significantly toward establishing a culture of humane entrepreneurship. This week,...
The Origins of the term Sustainable Development

The Origins of the term Sustainable Development

We have imagined tomorrow’s world. It is a world that celebrates and nurtures the essential diversity of life, cultures, and peoples. In declaring an end to the status quo, we are simultaneously admitting and choosing to move towards sustainability, human-focused...
Democratization of Knowledge

Democratization of Knowledge

“Until philosophers are kings, or the kings and princes of this world have the spirit and power of philosophy… cities will never have rest from their evils — no, nor the human race as I believe…” (Plato) As theory grows and develops in its ability to encompass the...
The Deficit in Downsizing

The Deficit in Downsizing

When you downsize a company, you are decreasing an enterprise’s generational knowledge, creativity, workplace culture, trust, and in turn, production, performance, and profitability. Often implemented as a fast response to the potential for or the presence of...