Relational Thinking Week 2017 2

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  • The Sustainable Development Goals as a Blueprint for Humanity

    Event Relational Thinking on 16 Jun 2017
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    Clive Wilson is author of “Designing the Purposeful organization – how to inspire business performance beyond boundaries”, and is currently writing “Designing the Purposeful World – the Sustainable Development Goals as a Blueprint for Humanity”     I was inspired and intrigued when I read Michael Schluter’s Relational Thinking Dialogue “Three Relational Concerns about the […]

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  • Thought Leadership Day: The Relational Agenda for Transforming Society – 15 September

    Conference on 24 May 2017

    Government and business are rapidly evolving due to the social impact of information and communication technologies. The focus on historical data to predict future performance and risk factors, for example, are increasingly irrelevant as the pace of change accelerates. Time pressures on managers continue to increase due to access to information and communication possibilities, so […]

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  • Relational Cities for Sustainable Development – 13th September 2017

    Conference on 24 May 2017

    Cities in the 21st century face multiple challenges. These include overcrowding, poverty, racial and ethnic tensions, air-quality, water availability and concentrations of wealth and poverty in different areas of the city. The focus in tackling these problems in the context of sustainability has been largely around the environmental dimension. However, arguably the Relational perspective provides […]

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  • Thought Leadership Day: The Relational Agenda for Transforming Society

    Conference Event on 3 May 2017
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    15th September 2017 St Catharine’s College £100 – Partner £120 – Non-partner Government and business are rapidly evolving due to the social impact of information and communication technologies. The focus on historical data to predict future performance and risk factors, for example, are increasingly irrelevant as the pace of change accelerates. Time pressures on managers […]

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  • Relational Research Responds to Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform

    Blog Relational Business on 20 Apr 2017
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    Response to Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform published by Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy on 29th November 2016. Jonathan Rushworth and Dr Michael Schluter Introduction. The Government is to be commended for bringing into public debate issues of concern over the practice of certain companies which fall short of standards expected in […]

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  • Using Relational Analytics to Understand, Measure, Manage and Improve Relationships – Course in Geneva

    Event on 16 Mar 2017
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    Relational Metrics is a statistically validated way of measuring relationship quality. Using it, you can address organisational relationships that are hurting profitability, efficiency and productivity anywhere in your organisation’s ecosystem. Relational Analytics is running a 2-day course in Geneva, 28-29 March, which provides the basis for full accreditation as a licensed user of Relational Metrics […]

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  • Measuring Relationships: a route to competitive advantage and reduced risk

    Blog Book Review Relational Business on 17 Feb 2017
    Mervyn King

    This article originally appeared as a blog on the International Integrated Reporting Council website. It is reposted with permission from the International integrated Reporting Council. Corporate failures and scandals often have deep relational roots. So too does success, for the essence of any business is to invite people into relationship as investors, customers, employees or suppliers and […]

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  • The Relationship of Relationships to Productivity

    Blog Conference Relational Finance on 11 Nov 2016
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    Connecting the Dots Economist Paul Mills gave a remarkable speech at the annual conference of the Relational Thinking Network in Cambridge at the end of September. He examined a range of subjects, offering “relational solutions” to global financial instability. It was fascinating to see the connections made between seemingly unrelated matters, showing that our current […]

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  • RTN Members and Partners day – “Beyond Financial Capital”

    Conference on 19 Jul 2016
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    We are pleased to announce that there will be a special day for all Members and Partners of the Relational Thinking Network (RTN), at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, on Friday 30 September 2016. The RTN Members and Partners day is a place where you can create and build relationships and where corporately and individually we can make progress in […]

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  • Inventing the Individual – Book review

    Blog Book Review on 7 Jul 2016
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    Individualism and the near global preoccupation with the self and the interests of the self is increasingly becoming the norm everywhere. This norm is an abnormality. It is destroying the foundations of what makes life meaningful, and long lasting human relations and fulfilment possible. From time immemorial humanity has been characterized by the idea of […]

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