Conscious Capitalism – A Radical Transformation of Business Culture
NOTE: Presentation starts early — at 6:30pm
On Monday, February 3, 02020, Professor Raj Sisodia will review the history of capitalism and its challenges and explore the concept of “conscious capitalism” focused on higher purpose, long-term thinking and collaborative, enduring and empathic relationships among all stakeholders.
January 6, 7PM at the CIC Venture Café. Doors open at 6PM. Admission is free, but attendees must be registered: Tickets Here.
Envisioning the Future!
The following five selected presentations will serve as the starting point for conversation and discussion about the future of humanity.
Post or Perish: In the future, celebrities will be from STEM fields. Will you be among the first? Presented by Fredo Darling, Creative Director and freelance Media Producer.
The secret sauce for human thriving! Promoting human empathic virtue to ensure a brighter, happier future. Presented by George Gantz, writer, philosopher, retired business executive and grandfather of eight.
Dark Instincts: Resist Tribal Adaptations and Move Toward Utopia. Presented by Robin Harper, with many interests including Researcher and Infographic Writer on human nature, health, and politics.
The idiots guide for killing monopolies and creating star trek economies. Presented by Nathan Towianski, Business consultant working on DAO and collaborative business models and software.
Mirrors for Earth’s Energy Rebalancing (MEER:ReflEction): Resource-driven engineering for leveraging Earth’s chemistries to immediately offer remediation. Presented by Ye Tao, Fellow at the Rowland Institute at Harvard.
Bring your enthusiasm, your questions and your ideas for a thought-provoking evening, from the perspective of Long Now thinking. The program will be highly interactive, and the audience will be asked to select their favorite presentation! The winner will receive a $100 reward!
Join the conversation and be part of the solution.
Admission is FREE but tickets are required.
We’re proud and excited to welcome Ye, Nathan, Robin, George and Fredo to the podium at this Long Now Boston community conversation.