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In a time marked by the greatest economic, social and environmental challenges in our history, the surface is not the place.

We must dive deep to find the strength that allows us to create intentional and urgent paths that develop the conditions necessary for a new way to evolve.

We must explore opportunities, technologies, processes for designing vital and innovative business models.

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“For deep social change we need to build collective capacity. We need to see and recognize everyone’s future potential, actually listen to people with our minds and hearts wide open and support each other, cultivating trust and belief in one another.”

Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer at MIT, Founding Chair at Presencing Institute

"The most disruptive word in innovation is soul."

Simon Robinson, author of the book "Holonomics: Business Where People and Planet Matter".

"Technology is not just a human invention; it is also born of life."

Kevin Kelly, author of "What Technology Wants".

"Uniformity is not nature's way; diversity is nature's way."

Vandana Shiva, Indian activist.

“The organizations that will really succeed in the future are those that discover how to cultivate people's commitment and ability to learn at all levels of the organization.”

Peter M. Senge, American writer and senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management.

"Traditional organizations are built around a static and isolated structural hierarchy, while agile organizations are characterized as a network of teams that operate in rapid cycles of learning and decision making."

— Mckinsey Article on The Journey to an Agile Organization

"You can't expect to build a better world without improving individuals."

Marie Curie, first woman to win the Nobel Prize.

"A noble purpose inspires sacrifice, encourages innovation and encourages perseverance."

Gery Hamel, American iconoclast.

To meet these profound challenges, we need new platforms and new capabilities that upgrade our mental and social operating system, from ego-system awareness to ecosystem awareness."

Claus Otto Scharmer writer and full professor at MIT.

“Learning organizations are possible because deep down we are all learners.”

Peter M. Senge, American writer and senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management.