The Modern World Needs a New Model for Change
If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.
Rapid change defines our modern culture and lives. Technological advances occur at a lightning pace, rendering much of what we learn obsolete nearly as quickly as we learn it. We struggle to keep up with the ever-changing landscape, often leaving us in a state of disequilibrium. Some scientists have proposed that our activity has actually issued in a new geologic epoch called the Anthropocene, the time of humans. Our success as a species is altering the very landscape in which we live.
All our institutions, from small businesses and nonprofits to large multinational corporations and governments, are under ...