In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Joel Hodroff and Thomas Fisher (University of Minnesota), explore opportunities for the rising DEI movement within business and community organizations to transform disparities and disempowerment at their economic roots.
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Modern society is operating at a fraction of our potential. No one is to blame, because we all inherited the current system based upon scarcity, win-lose competition over money, and a grow-or-die business imperative. Too many people are left out of our economy, today, with their talent and capacities unrecognized and under-utilized.
This is a historic opportunity for the rising DEI movement within business and community organizations to transform disparities and disempowerment at their economic roots. This new approach empowers frontline DEI practitioners with systemic solutions and new financial tools and resources.
- Learn how to mobilize untapped business-community wealth and productive capacity
- Learn social entrepreneurial design principles that drive cooperation rather than competition
- Learn why blame is the enemy of creative solutions and how to break the left-versus-right economic stalemate