Social & Organisational Transformation
Many of out altThink titles cover aspects of Social & Organizational Transformation. Our key titles look at education, healthcare, policing, government, the money system and the way that organisations are run.
Titles published by the International Futures Forum can be seen in more detail on the IFF page. Here we look in more detail at some of our other titles in this area.
Jean Russell's Thrivability sets out to challenge the ‘breakdown thinking’ [conThink] that focuses only on defensive reactions to the economic, social, political, and environmental crises and catastrophes we face. In its place the author proposes ‘breakthrough thinking’ [altThink]: an approach that recognizes the gritty reality but enables us to envision and co-create a world of wellbeing and health.
Daniel Wahl's Designing Regenerative Cultures is a tour-de-force showing can (and already is) being done in fields like architecture, design, organisational management, agriculture, biomimicry, economics to make the shift to transformative innovation.
Full title list:
A Banker Reflects on Money, Love and Virtue
Designing Regenerative Cultures
Dancing at the Edge: Competence, Culture and Organization in the 21st Century
Ten Things to do in a Conceptual Emergency
Ready for Anything: Designing Resilience for a Transforming World
Economies of Life: Patterns of Health and Wealth
Beyond Survival: A Short Course in Pioneering in response to the Present Crisis
In Search of the Missing Elephant
Three Horizons: The Patterning of Hope
Transformative Innovation in Education (2nd Edition)
What IFF Does
IFF is developing a body of ideas and philosophy about how to make sense of today’s complex world. They share that thinking widely, hold events to exchange ideas and experience, and members stay in touch online and meet together as often as possible.
They aim to embody their evolving insights in designed processes, tools, products, practices and ways of working and they take on real challenges with partners in business, government and communities.