Showing posts from September, 2020

ASN:Podcast - Back to School - PART ONE

Podcast hosted by: Jonathan Tavss FRSA and Zoe Camper FRSA (64 mins) Listen to our August ASN:Podcast Turning learning on its head, where would you start? What are the roles of International, federal, state, local, institutions, citizens and parents, companies, and funders/investors in making and paying for changes? How do we ensure everyone is at the table and involved in this moment of opportunity?  Contributors: Mitch Weisburgh, Amy Moser, Bob Coulter

Reassessing Value - PART ONE

 22nd October, 2020 12 Noon LA / 3PM NY / 8PM UK Join the ASN for part one of their discussion series on the role of tech in shifting societal value away from a wealth-based paradigm. Prior to Covid-19, the overwhelming barometer of value was currency, status and the traditional drivers of materialism. While there have been outliers on personal, communal and macro levels, the reality of the pandemic has forced us all to reassess value. Regardless of incumbent practices around money, positioning and attainability, emotional levers are turning measures of transactional and exchange value on their head. Serious discourse has begun in re-framing value through alternatives to GDP such as work pioneered by Kate Raworth’s “Doughnut Economics.” But outside of the world of economics, how can we impact value regimes from the bottom up? Can systems be put in place that capture and reward citizens beyond the money they’ve amassed? How does technology play a role? Augmented Society Network has bee

Reassessing Value - PART TWO

3rd December, 2020 12 Noon LA / 3PM NY / 8PM UK Please join us for an ASN: Discussion Continuing our conversation from October’s Part One of this ASN series and our collaboration since, we seek to refine and codify our collective recommendations/guidance on re-configuring society’s relationship with Value. Throughout, we are committed to include diverse views in identifying new or existing systems and theories that can accelerate fair measurement and divestment of value and wealth. The outcome of this discourse and onward collaboration is the publication of a whitepaper in alignment with the Augmented Society Network’s drive to bring into focus solutions and opportunities resulting from these epic, challenging and unusual times.  Join us in Part Two to discuss:  Changes we can promote within economic and social systems to reflect differences in geography, opportunity and access within society  Tools for better measuring value and wealth  Recommendations for accelerating adoption