Posts tagged ‘Sociegy’

How To Heal The World: From Egociety To Careity

how-to-heal-the-worldSo far we have created a world that was dominated by ego-centric thinking. I call it the ego-ciety, because it has hardly anything to do with society (social world) or humanity (humane world). So what’s the next step? Very simple. We should now transform into a group of human beings that realize they are on this earth to care for each other. That should be the top priority. Because the more we care for each other (service to others), the less there will be need to care for ourselves (service to self) because it is already taken care of collectively. The more care for each other, the more happy everyone will become and the more we can enjoy our beautiful world. So try to say goodbye to the greedy, selfish service-to-self mindset, and say hello to the giving and caring service-to-others mindset. This I call Sociegy, a Society oriented strategy which if fueling the transformation from Egociety to Careity. take-care


Stop thinking Business Models and Business Cases, start thinking Society Models and Society Cases: the transformation this society needs

It’s all a question of suboptimization. Business Cases are designed for Businesses who usually model their value proposition using their Business model design. This is inside-the-box thinking, the box being the Business model from where Business Cases are developed. So far there’s seems nothing wrong with that. But what if we were able as a society to increase joining our forces and (re-)invent solid Society Models that are beneficial to the society as a whole, then it would certainly make developing Society Cases (a “Business Case” on societal level) a lot easier, simply because more parties will be participating in a broad society-level model than in a smaller, dedicated and/or isolated “Business” model. This is what I like to call Sociegy: a Society oriented strategy. Why is there so little attention for this enormous hidden or uncouvered potential? Is it because we are brought up with the notion that competitive models (I Win, You Loose, or I must be greedy, don’t care if you suffer from my greed, taught as “best practices” in allmost all of the traditional “Red Ocean” strategy schools) are better than cooperative models (with which we could all win or benefit)? Or is it plainly because we have fear for the inherent complexity of organizing the development of such a large scale “Society Case”?

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