The Future of Capitalism will take place on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm, at Loyalty One, 438 University Ave., 12th Floor, Toronto, Canada. This event is subtitled, “New Metrics, New Models, New Outcomes.” It will address strategies for the new economy and competing in an economic system that rewards shared values, well being and inclusive prosperity. Attendees at this event will hear from Mark Anielski, one of the world’s leading experts on the emerging metric of well-being…the new bottom line.
Anielski is the author of “The Economics of Happiness:Building Genuine Wealth” and advisor to the Prime Minister of Bhutan, will share with us how progressive companies are getting ahead of the curve and optimizing their most important assets – trust and relational capital.
Two important questions
1.Has Capitalism lost its way?
2. Can it survive or will it be replaced?
What will be covered
What’s wrong with Capitalism? Does it have a future?
What we can learn from Bhutan – the happiest country in the world
Why was the topic of Inclusive Prosperity so prominent at Davos
How companies like PUMA and Unilever are positioning themselves for the future by expanding their metrics to include well-being
How progressive companies are optimizing their most important assets: trust and relational capital
4:30 – 5:00 pm: Registration, snacks and networking
5:00 – 5:10 pm: Introductions and special announcements
5:10 – 5:40 pm: Presentation by Mark Anielski, author of “The Economics of Happiness”
5:40 – 6:00 pm: Small group discussion/brainstorming
6:00: – 6:40 pm: Groups report back to main audience and general Q and A
6:40 – 7:30 pm: Networking and snacks
Space is limited and registration closes February 27.
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