Wow! This is a really cool story of a flooring company Interface which has collaborated with Biomimicry 3.8 to create a methodology which helps companies to transform themselves from zero negative environmental impact towards a positive one!
They called this methodology "Factory as a Forest" which was inspired by the question “If nature designed a company, how would it function?”
It is based on 2 core beliefs:
📌 Nature is a great source of inspiration for sustainability and productivity
📌 Instead of thinking 0, aim for + positive impact.
👉 check the article where they discuss how the project was born and the methodology which is so inspiring!
It's December! The time for reflection and set-up of new objectives.
While I like the concept of noting down your New Year's resolutions, too often I hear vaguely defined sentences, which I doubt help people to achieve more.
I believe that New Year's resolutions shouldn't be a long list of actions you want to do, but rather a few personal breakthroughs which will stretch you.
With my experience of using Hoshin Kanri model in business, I wrote a blog post on how to define meaningful New Year resolutions which I think could drive personal breakthroughs.
In general I am a very slow book reader. I often use a marker to highlight the sentences which resonate with me the most or I want to re-read them after a while.
Some books are so refreshingly educational that I even decide to write a blog post, which serves as a summary of my key take-aways that I believe can be useful for you too.
This has just happened with "The Blue Ocean Strategy" book by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne.
What are you favorite books which you have recently read and learnt a lot from?