Ourselves and our organisations are living systems immersed within the living systems of society and our more-than-human world.
Giles Hutchins

Business the Way Nature Intended

Business the Way Nature Intended

Apr 3, 2017-- Giles Hutchins feels that study of our relationship with Nature can help us understand the challenges we face today. Climate change, rampant social inequality or rising stress in the workplace, all are symptomatic of our sense of place and purpose within life. Our relationship with ourselves, each other and the world is in desperate need of our attention. (9985 reads)

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Take ActionGiles' latest book Future Fit synthesizes a new business logic in harmony with the natural rhythms of life. See if you can make connections today between your everyday pursuits and the world of nature around and within us.

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