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Dr Judith Rodin, Rockefeller Foundation President, and one of the world's leading public thinkers, brings together ground-breaking research to outline a radical future in which individuals, companies and entire societies avert disaster by creating more dynamic, more resilient cities. 20th Jan 2015 1:00pm
Author of the much acclaimed book Reinventing Organizations, Frederic Laloux, will discuss the emergence in many different sectors of a whole new type of organisation – one that eschews hierarchy and bureaucracy in favour of truly soulful and powerful structures and practices. 22nd Jan 2015 1:00pm
Anthony Hudson FRSA says: Anthony Hudson FRSA argues that the internet is demonstrating how we can begin to understand, predict and apply the complex patterns that exist in nature to the development of towns and cities.
John Morrison says: Businesses increasingly need more than a legal licence for their activities to be seen as legitimate in the eyes of society, argues John Morrison.
Anthony Painter says: On the Westminster Hour yesterday, there was a segment reviewing the year in politics. In it, there were MPs from the three main parties and two leading national journalists. It is the Westminster Hour after all but there was something strange about it. Much of the discussion revolved around parties and politics that had no […]
Jamie Cooke says: I love ideas. I suppose it’s one of the fundamental things which attracted me to working for the RSA and which sustains my time as a Fellow and member of staff. My inbox is invariably filled with emails starting “I have an idea I wanted to discuss”, a tantalising opportunity to explore something new, usually […]
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