To reduce complexity means to embrace complexity, so as to be able to navigate it with a proper map and offer clear solutions for the multitude of challenges ahead.
For the past 14 years I have been bridging for-profit business models, social businesses and non-profit organizations. I detect possibilities and opportunities, manage projects, scout and supervise teams, structure networks and expand into markets.
I would describe myself as a conscious business activist with a serious crush on cutting edge thinking and modern solutions for a society in transformation.
When Chernobyl happened in 1986, I realized that we will never achieve a truly peaceful and sustainable future for our grandchildren without changing from the inside out.
Ever since, I have been a strong proponent of the notion that inner transformation by means of dedicated lifelong personal development must go hand in hand with radical systemic change on the outside.