We’re in the midst of the transition from the industrial era transforming into the digitized era where new conditions and opportunities emerge on doing business and into business life 3.0.
Networks and communities are gaining ground as a way to organize work in the digital era. Successful networks and communities are built on participant’s participation. It’s driven by the engagement, passion, and contribution of the people involved in a specific issue and common ground of value. And in the long run, this is what is sustainable.
A sustainable economy, environment, and health are intertwined and merge together with key factors such as empowerment, networking and ‘think globally, act locally. It’s the new, digitized age mindset. This requires a new leadership and work organization that relies on authenticity, transparency and good communication skills and it has to be based on trust.