Hive Chairman and CEO Ryan Allis interviews Professor Rebecca Henderson on the topic of Reimagining Capitalism.
Topics discussed include:
- The research showing a link between company performance and purpose
- What's good about capitalism // why it works relatively well
- What needs to change about capitalism
- The Reimagining Capitalism MBA course at Harvard Business School
- Environmental degradation and Co2 output and how to address it
- Prof. Henderson's advice for rising global leaders
Bio: Rebecca Henderson is a Professor at Harvard Business School. Her work explores how purpose-driven businesses can be a force for good in the world. She teaches the Reimagining Capitalism course in the MBA Program, at HBS. She is the author of the upcoming book, Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire.
The Power of Belief with Jessica Joines
Jessica Joines is the the former Global Chief Marketing Officer of Rakuten and author of "Dare to Believe: 12 Lessons For Living Your Soul Purpose". She is the founder of Consciousness Economy, which helps businesses align with their noble aim. She also consults and coaches clients at the intersection of purpose, passion, and money. For more visit her website at JessicaJoines.com
The Future of Transportation with Brad Templeton
Brad Templeton is founding faculty for Computing & Networks at Singularity University, and Chairman Emeritus and futurist of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the leading cyberspace civil rights foundation. He is on the board of the Foresight Institute He also advised Google's team developing self-driving cars, and writes about such cars at robocars.com. He also advises Starship on delivery robots and Quanergy in the LIDAR space. He founded ClariNet Communications Corp (the world's first "dot-com" company.) He also created rec.humor.funny, and its web site, netfunny.com, the world's longest running blog.
Vision + Conquer 2019 with Charlene Parker
On this episode of HiveMinds Charlene Parker leads us through a design thinking workshop around roadmaps for 2019. We drop into meditation and get clear on our vision. We then get practical and map out the next 90 days. This is an interactive experience and you are invited to join along in your journals.
Regenerative Innovation with Joseph "Skywatcher" Cerecedes
Joseph has over a decade of experience in commercial Biotechnologies, with a background in mycology. Over the years this research has expanded into realms ranging from plasma physics and clean energy technologies to the depths of the world’s wisdom traditions through traditional ceremony, calendrical systems, archaeology and the fundamental harmonics of the universe. He is the author of Biological Resonance: Thriving in a Radioactive Universe, and has developed a number of new technologies based on his findings.
Building a Business Where Everyone Wins with Andrew Hewitt
So you want to build a company that is "conscious", a social enterprise, or B-Corp... or... something in that direction. But, what does that actually mean? How do you structure your company? What are the priority practices for leading with purpose? Perhaps you've seen a few companies start out with a lot of heart to later become corporate machines. Can you keep consciousness in capitalism as a business scales?
Using Game Theory as a guide, Andrew Hewitt, Founder of GameChangers 500, will share how we transition from win-lose to win-win dynamics in business, why it is critical for the survival of our species, and a no-bullshit approach on what it takes to build a business model where everyone wins.
Philanthopreneurship and Changing the World through Business with Marc Angelo Coppola
Marc Angelo Coppola, CEO and Founder, Superhero Academy If you ask people who have worked with Marc Angelo what he does, the answers will vary from innovative entrepreneur to farmer of organic goods on Valhalla's 60 acres of land. However, if you ask those same people who Marc Angelo is, the answers will all sound the same: he is a passionate and unrelenting human being.
Defining success in unconventional measures, he has earned a living by applying the skills of entrepreneurship and marketing for a cause. His thirst for exploring and the pursuit of new ideas and ways to growing the sustainability movement into a mainstream lifestyle is unquenchable. This drive has led him to what he refers to as “Superhero engineering”, aka teaching people through the art of mentorship. He has been a key speaker at events such as Archangel Academy, Catalyst Creative, PaleoFX and Hatch on topics ranging from sustainability to social engineering. If Marc had his way, he would share his experiences with everyone in hopes that he could take his listeners on the same amazing journey. Inspire to create and empower to execute is the only fitting mantra for a man who is motivated by a better tomorrow.
Biomimicry, Regenerative Design, and World Healing with Ganga Devi
Ganga Devi Braun is a systems theorist and regenerative designer. Her work emerges from curiosity about life, love, death, chaos, and evolution, and seeks to reconcile the worlds of ancient religious wisdom, exponential scientific discovery, and the vast ecological unknowns. She serves as a conduit of information, inquiry, and insight in these often disparate spheres of human awareness, often finding that the gaps of knowledge that create fear and suffering in one of these silos can be filled by each of the others. She is guided by the principles of Tikkun Olam and Bodhicitta and the divination practice of Bibliomancy which she explores daily with the absurd number of books she keeps around her at all times. She is currently creating a podcast, titled Bibliomancy, with the hope to inspire others to develop a nonlinear sacred relationship with the books in their lives. Ganga Devi is in service to soil, symbiosis, sentient beings, and the ever unfolding journey of asking really good questions.
Synthetic Biology and The Future of Life with Reese Jones
Reese Jones is a biophysicist, inventor, and entrepreneur. Reese has contributed to over a dozen silicon valley startups growth including IPOs and acquisitions including Farallon, Netopia, Smaato, Genome Compiler, Cambrian Genomics, and Singularity University. He’s served on boards at the Santa Fe Institute and Harvard Medical School’s Genetics Council. Reese has 25 years of work in innovation, entrepreneurship, and patents. As a venture strategist, he has engaged in start up, financing, IPO, and acquisitions including Netopia, Farallon, Convergence, C-Core, Mediabolic, SpeakSoft, Roc2Loc; and venture Partnerships with Accel, August, Telesoft, Current Group LLP, and Definitive Partners. Reese previous positions include: Board at SpeakSoft (411 Voice Services); Board at liveBooks (Photographers); Board at Roc2Loc (Sensor Networks); Strategist at Current Group (Smart Grid); Storyteller at Definitive Stories (Media); and Board at Chabot Space & Science Center, Founder, Chairman, CEO at Netopia; Chairman at Mediabolic (CE middleware); Chairman at Convergence.com CABLE; CEO at Farallon PhoneNET & Media, and Chairman and Founder of Cambrian Genomics. Reese is interested in human/Internet interfaces and evolution, from synthetic biology to biomedical to astrobiology and theoretical biologies. While a grad student at UC Berkeley in 1984, he started and ran BMUG, a nonprofit computer group, which became the largest computer user group of its kind. He has long been involved in user-oriented telephone / 2600 / homebrew technology experimentation and public education. He holds a BA in Biophysics from the University of California, Berkeley, and spent five years toward a Ph.D. in Biophysics, researching biomedical imaging of the brain chemistry defects in schizophrenia. He holds several communications patents related to telephone / computer integration, voice / data / entertainment/ broadband / networking / communications, and smartphone applications.
On this episode of The HiveMinds Show we have on Elizabeth Ferguson, the founder of Climate Compassion, to discuss widening circles of compassionate action and how we, as leaders, can embody the change we wish to see in the world.
Ashanti Branch presents his highly reviewed Taking off The Mask workshop. As leaders, we often hide our emotions. We wear a mask in order to appear strong. In truth, it is vulnerability and sharing of our emotions with our teams that build trust and create effective organizations -- and build lifelong relationships. If you're ready to open up to the people in your life and share what you're actually going through at a deeper level, this episode is for you.
Chelsea Rustrum explores shared ownership and value distribution through the lens of the sharing economy and blockchain technology. She’s the author of It’s a Shareable Life, the founder of Blockchain for Good, a social and educational series, and the co-founder of Blox 7, a new economy storytelling agency.
Kai Van Bodhi spent many years in China learning martial arts, qi gong, tai chi, breathwork, meditation, and healing arts -- and then came back to the West to study neuroscience -- so that the skeptical western rationalist mind could have full buy-in to these esoteric techniques. Now, he helps leaders learn how to get into their bodies and operate in peak performance and flow state without the need for nootropics.
Jolie Dawn is the founder of Creatrix Calling, an online school for female entrepreneurs to creatively monetize and market their their soul-aligned businesses. She is also a writer for Entrepreneur Magazine, the bestselling author of five Amazon books, and was awarded San Diego’s Top 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs for her work in creating San Diego’s largest female empowerment gatherings. Her passion is in helping people meet their highest potential and build a life of contribution.
Tom has pioneered and practiced a unique approach to rapid prototyping, visioning, and leadership that can jumpstart innovative new ideas as well as move large organizations at unprecedented speeds. These approaches have benefited over a dozen industry-leading companies. He most recently served as head of product experience at Google X developing technology such as Google Glass, Project Loon, and Google's self-driving car. Tom has worked in a wide range of roles from astrophysics researcher to Fortune 500 executive developing new hardware/software products and services. He's played a significant role in established projects with global reach (Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo Search), and scaled new projects from conception to significance (such as Yahoo Answers from 0 to 90 million users). His current focus is delving into human development issues with social entrepreneurs around the globe, supporting companies like BioCarbon Engineering in the field of drone tree planting, IronOx in the field of fully automated pesticide-free agriculture, and Memphis Meats in the field of lab grown meat for food consumption.
Amanda Joy Ravenhill is an active member of the international community focused on addressing imminent global challenges. She is the Executive Director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, dedicated to accelerating the identification, development, and deployment of strategies which radically advance regeneration of Earth’s ecosystems. She also serves as advisor to the Center for Carbon Removal and is a member of the steering committee for the Nexus Global Regenerative Culture Lab. She’s also been the Co-Founder and Executive Director atProject Drawdown, a lecturer at Presidio Graduate School teaching the Principles of Sustainable Management course; co-founder of The Hero Hatchery, a climate activist fellowship program; Business Partnership Coordinator at the Climate activism organization 350.org; and anAmericorp Sustainable Communities and Education Fellow. Amanda is driven by her experience living and working internationally as well as her enthusiasm to integrate art and science. She lectures and speaks publicly on topics such as biochar, regenerative design, carbon drawdown strategies, mindfulness, and systems thinking.
After leaving a PhD in Psychology, Kevin quit corporate America and backpacked through Thailand, India, and Nepal on a quest to understand Eastern & Western mysticism as it related to his personal myth. Kevin is a student of modern psychology and ancient philosophy, utilizing the yogic science of mind and deep intuition to facilitate transformation. He lives in Encinitas, California.