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Many of us are faced with similar questions: how can we create a good successorship in our organisations, how can we create generational change and multi-generational cooperation without too much friction between old and young, how can entrepreneurship be maintained, how can old management structures slowly be replaced by new ones, how can anthroposophy remain alive in companies and organisations? There are no standard solutions to all these questions; every organisation must find its own way. But we can inspire each other: Who has found which paths, who has gone which paths unsuccessfully, what lessons have been learned, and which new ideas have been particularly successful in the past year.

Round tables

Themes

The format of the "Round Table" allows you to propose topics yourself and to discuss them with others.

New economic thinking: Alternative economic theories range from doughnut economics to post-growth economics, common welfare economics and integral approaches to reinventing organisations. The "ZOE Institute for Future-Fit Economies" is the first scientific spin-off from the Cusanus University and the Plural Economics Network. At the interface of politics, science and civil society, the young economists of the Bonn Institute research and shape a sustainable economic order. (With Sarah Mewes and Jonathan Barth)

Employee search and succession in companies: Relay handover - letting go - and still preserving the spirit? How do employees identify with the essence of our company? How can good succession be achieved in our organizations?  (With Andrej Schindler & Jonas von der Gathen)

Evolutionary corporate management and its spiritual foundations: How do we design development spaces for sustainable future-oriented awareness in organisations? How can old management structures be slowly replaced by new ones? (With Benjamin Brockhaus)

Ownership: The question of ownership is a lever to transform capitalism. How can we use new ownership structures to promote the meaningful orientation of our companies and all our employees? (With Armin Steuernagel)