The Biology of Business: Why Relationships Matter
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|Fri 30 Mar ’12, 7:30pm–10:30pm||
|Sat 31 Mar ’12, 9:30am–5:30pm||
Where: Hopetoun Alpha, 19 Beresford Square, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- Friday Introductory Evening: $40.00
- Saturday All Day Experience - Early Bird: $175.00
- Saturday All Day Experience - Student Concession: $100.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: Litsakatsoulis99
Wellington: Friday 23rd March (evening), Saturday 24th March (all day)
Auckland: Friday 30th March (evening), Saturday 31st March (all day)
Discover how scientific principles of biology and the evolution of living systems inform the operation of successful businesses.
Scientific concepts, especially the fundamental assumptions of globalised western science, deeply influence economics and therefore human future.
Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris is a world leader in understanding and explaining how the scientific principles of biology and the evolution of living systems inform the operation of successful businesses. She will share a modern perspective of the living business system and the importance of co-operation and collaboration as key energy-efficient and sustainable relationships necessary to live and adapt in complex interconnected networks.
As humans, we have developed through immersion in cooperative and collaborative relationships, and we perform best in environments in which these biological imperatives are recognised and supported. Dr Sahtouris will explain the importance of this as it applies to the world of business - human institutions that can amplify and extend positive global processes in balanced and effective communities.
She will present eight practical recommendations we can follow to make our businesses more successful and more fulfilling for the humans within them, using the self-same principles that have organised natural systems since the dawn of time.
For more information and to register visit http://www.awct.org.nz/events/course-detail.asp?eid=22