At Imfusio, we’re great believers in the goodness of mankind.
We know that how organisations behave impacts on our own lives, on our society and on the world at large.
A better economy, one that is more humane and more conscious of the common good, will lead to a better, more sustainable society.
Every day, we work with our clients in a spirit of innovation, goodwill and passion to help their organisations be more authentic and more connected to their own, unique potential.
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What inspires us?
Every meeting, every client journey we embark upon inspires us and helps us grow. The questions, problems, and transformations we encounter help us to continuously evolve and innovative in the way we work.
"The Theory of U", by Otto Sharmer
To transform in reaction to past experience is not enough. Sharmer invites us to give more consideration to the emerging future as we face the challenges of transformation in an ever more complex business environment.
"Reinventing organisations", by Frederic Laloux
The author presents a rigorous study of organisations who, liberated from old paradigms, were able to come up with new ways of thinking about management.
"The Natural Step", by Karl-Henrik Robert
Known as "A Framework for strategic sustainable development", this essential reading has helped organisations move towards sustainability for more than 25 years. It has been adopted by many of today’s widely recognised pioneers.
The Works of Nancy Adler, (McGill University, Montreal) on how the combined strengths of cross-cultural teams perform versus those of monocultural teams.
"Freedom Inc", by Brian M Carney and Isaac Getz
"The Tipping Point", by Malcolm Gladwell
"Decomocracy Is Dead, Long Live Sociocracy!" by Gilles Charest
"Presence", by Peter Senge, Joseph Jaworski and Betty Sue Flowers
"If Beauty Made Us Happy", by Pierre Thibault and Francois Cardinal
"The Power of Failure", by Arnaud Granata
Enriching cultural experiences
Always curious about what’s happening elsewhere in the world, our team soaks up ideas from other cultures with exploratory residencies in Japan, France, Spain Canada and the Anglo-Saxon countries.
The Corporate Hackers Movement
In 2016 we became part of the open movement of Corporate hackers. Its objective is to connect and empower everyone in the workplace, whatever their level (collaborators, leaders, managers) in order to stimulate collective intelligence, break down barriers and promote better automony and individual responsibility. It’s a philosophy that’s at the heart of the concept of the Better Economy we all believe in.
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