Individuals and groups in different cultures face situations of change in fundamental agreements on a daily basis, addressing complex and large-scale social issues, as well as daily dysfunctional interactions. We wanted to understand and describe why people take on societal-scale transformations, what they do, and how they do it. The Institute for Strategic Clarity co-invested with […]
Theoretical frameworks for making sense of human agreements.
The book Ecosynomics: The Science of Abundance addresses fundamental questions of the quality of the human experience—the experience you have every day, as you relate to your own self, to others, to groups, to nature, and to spirit. It turns out that there are some very fundamental agreements that we tend to unconsciously accept that have […]
Ecosynomics (13 sessions) This course develops your awareness of and capacity to shift the fundamental agreements that most influence your daily experience and outcomes. This course is a companion to the book Ecosynomics: The Science of Abundance. Parts of this course are conceptual and parts are quite technical. Through this course, you will learn how to (1) describe […]
Ecosynomics and Harmonic Vibrancy John Schmidt interviewed ISC President Jim Ritchie-Dunham on March 14, 2011 about the emergence in business and communities of ecosynomics, harmonic vibrancy, and presence-centered evolutionary leadership on this radio show. Click here to listen to that 57-minute show (http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/52588/harmonic-vibrancy).
We have been studying newly emerging agreements about money that are shifting human behavior in fundamental ways at a societal level. Based on our study of a number of authors on the topic of money, this paper seeks to synthesize their perspectives and to explore the dynamics of newly emerging systems of societal relationships at […]
The breakdown in September 2008 of the world’s financial and money systems has created a crisis that endangers the stability and vitality of societies world-wide. We must reshape our now broken systems with new, healthy agreements for working with money and one another. We can restore a social balance and enable the basic needs of […]
Understanding the complexity of our organizations, what they want to achieve, and how to go about achieving what they want isn’t hard because people don’t have the tools; it is hard because people haven’t been shown how to use them. What I refer to as “the Four Truths of Clarity” show that we do have […]