There is a famous and crucial law in the theory of systems and complexity, called the Ashby law or Law of Requisite Variety. In simple terms this law can be stated as follows: In order to deal properly with the diversity of problems the world throws at you, you need to have a repertoire ofContinue reading “What synergy in Nature can teach us to thrive in our endeavour”
Category Archives: Generative Collaboration
Blind spots, obstacles, and collective entrepreneurial intelligence
In previous articles, we have talked about the importance of truly coming together to form an authentic village of trusted fellow entrepreneurs and tap into a deep level of entrepreneurial synergies. The greater the challenges, the bigger and the higher quality of support you need. But why should you really do that? More specifically, how can you getContinue reading “Blind spots, obstacles, and collective entrepreneurial intelligence”
As a female entrepreneur are you playing in a generative zone?
As a female entrepreneur, you are probably already playing in the generative zone at the intersection between business self-interest and the common good. You enjoy a large supportive network of fellow entrepreneurs, belong to several communities, and amplify positive effects coming from your business in the culture and your environment. Sometimes however you may haveContinue reading “As a female entrepreneur are you playing in a generative zone?”
The hero and the village
An integrative journey towards generative entrepreneurship Your journey as an entrepreneur can easily be associated with the image of a hero. The symbolic meaning of the hero myth is evident: you as an entrepreneur are courageous enough to go into the arena alone and fight fiercely and autonomously to defend and build your vision. Fundamentally,Continue reading “The hero and the village”