Every day, we experience the consequences of outdated institutions and inadequate decision architectures incapable of coping with challenges that concern us all. And while these planetary-scale challenges continue to grow exponentially, we fail to adapt organisational structures and routines at speed and scope.
This talk argues that the coming years pose an ultimate chance to unlock the transformative capacity of public institutions for:
• leading by example – engage with uncertainty and dare to shift priorities
• changing direction – from minimising destruction to regenerating the future
• coordinating shifts – through cross-sectoral learning for large-scale interventions
Hear why the next 10×100 days provide a crucial moment for bureaucracy to move beyond new public management into a learning-centred organisational mode that triggers systemic creativity and supports multi-actor collaboration towards viable common futures.