Complex Realities: A Model of Sustainable Prosperity and Competitiveness

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Seminar in collaboration with Syncplexity, member of the Spanish Chamber.
 
It is quite usual to accept that both people and an organisation’s prosperity and competitiveness have a regular behaviour pattern, usually conditioned by the evolution of the economy. Hence, it is commonly accepted that, in times of crisis, individuals have to follow the pattern and go down as well. 
 
However, it has not to be that way. It is possible to build a model where individual prosperity and organisational competitiveness does not follow the common trend of the economy. A model where prosperity and competitiveness flow continuously steady, even when the effects of a severe economic crisis determines the driving forces of economy and society. A sustainable model.
 
Programme
 
8:45am Arrival and registraton
 
9:00am Event to start
 
9:45am Debate and networking
 
10:30am Event closure
 
Josep Alzamora (Tortosa, Spain, 1962) is the author of the Complex Realities concept. Through this work, which has been implemented in different countries and many business sectors, he proposes a new model for sustainable prosperity and competitiveness to lay the foundations for a more prosperous and happy society.
March 4th, 2015 8:45 AM   until   10:30 AM
Spanish Chamber of Commerce
126 Wigmore Street
London, W1U 3RZ
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Non-member (PayPal account only - VAT included) £ 30.00
Non-member (Card payment - VAT included) £ 31.50