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Christoph Hinske

ISC Contributing Fellow

My vision for ISC’s potential:

My grand children will know the ISC as one of the major starting points that unleashed the paramount potentials of the social, political and economic transformation. They also know that the ISC co-hosted innovative spaces for pioneering groups that could not be explained anymore by the theories and agreements their grandfather grew up with.

My recent professional work and key accomplishments:

As a trained international ecosystem and global change manager, I have worked internationally for the past ten years on my graduate studies, the German government, the European Union, the Church, as well as numerous NGO’s and global front-runner companies. I worked on policy, strategic-system dynamics, deep democracy & human empowerment throughout South, Central and North America as well as in most of the EU.

Since 2009 I am a visiting lecturer in the study program «Global Change Management» at the University of Applied Sciences in Eberswalde. I am teaching courses on practices and methods of scientific action-research, psychology of global change agents, Systemic Stakeholder Relationship Management, Ecosynomics and systems thinking. Furthermore I am supervising M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis projects with the chair of socioeconomics and communication.

Since 2011, I am working as a consultant for IFOK in the areas of strategic-systemic change, Ecosynomics, stakeholder relationship management and system dynamics. The main focus of my projects lies in the intersection of the three sectors. Currently I am facilitating structural change by applying strategic system dynamics in global operating organizations that lead their sector.

My main interests and other voluntary activities:

My full presence is achieved when I am with my Dutch wife and our Mexican daughter Nora-Nayeli. In my free time, I study the interrelations of different professional traditions and I am addicted to George R.R. Martins fantasy epos “A song of ice and fire”. I am a co-founder of a German-Bolivian rural integration NGO and conduct free seminars and workshops such as gender and leadership, collaborative working and team innovation.

 

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  1. Guest post — 17 European groups living into the ecosynomic paradigm – initial insights (#1 in a 5-part series) « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - September 23, 2013

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  2. Guest post — Similar outcomes and experiences found in 17 European groups living the Ecosynomic paradigm (#2 in a 5-part series) « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - October 7, 2013

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  3. Guest post — Similar processes and structures found in 17 European groups living the Ecosynomic paradigm (#3 in a 5-part series) « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - December 2, 2013

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  4. German Magazine Interviews ISC Senior Fellow Christoph Hinske « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - December 9, 2013

    […] Christoph Hinske, ISC Senior Fellow, was interviewed recently for an article in the magazine Tattva Vivecka on “The paradigm of abundance.” […]

  5. Guest post — “Perceived Reality Check-In” — Innovations in Tools and Practice « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - December 16, 2013

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  6. Guest post — Similar fundamental assumptions found in 17 European groups living the Ecosynomic paradigm (#4 in a 5-part series) « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - December 23, 2013

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  7. Guest-post — My favorite ways of taking the red pill… or my prototypes to become an EGuest blog by Christoph Hinske, ISC Senior Fellowcosynomist « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - January 27, 2014

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  8. Guest-post — Finding Ways to Invite Others into the Vibrancy Work « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - April 2, 2014

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  9. Ecosynomics | Ecosynomics at Berlin Change Days — in Berlin, Germany — Oct 31-Nov 2, 2014 - April 21, 2014

    […] Senior Fellow Christoph Hinske will present a session on “Ecosynomics: Evidence of Collaborative High Performance” at […]

  10. Ecosynomics | Jumping Out of the Vicious Cycle of Scarcity-driven Agreements — in Lausitz, Germany — May 15, 2014 - May 16, 2014

    […] Senior Fellow Christoph Hinske will present the Ecosynomics framework and and research to invited guests in the Lusatia Region in […]

  11. Exploring the Ecosynomics of Private Sector Development in Ghana « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - July 2, 2014

    […] Christoph Hinske, an ISC Senior Fellow based in Germany, just met with Prof. Dr. Lars Castellucci, a member of the German Parliament, Abdul-Rashid Hassan Pelpuo, the Honorable Minister for Private Sector Development from Ghana, and representatives of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation. This exciting exchange highlighted ways that Ecosynomic principles could foster private-sector development in Ghana. […]

  12. Guest post — Sharing Our Story of Social Impact Investment « Jim Ritchie-Dunham - August 18, 2014

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  13. Ecosynomics | Ecosynomics at Social Media Week – Berlin - September 14, 2014

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