The Evoluter University's programmes are designed to build the startups of the future. They are for everyone who wants to work in a startup, whether as a founder, co-founder, team member; and of course for very early-stage startups focussed on prototyping and validating their business concept and forming the cofounding team.
These startups are:
- Living and Adaptive Organisations & Individuals
We are working in systems designed for production lines; with line managers and workers. This used to be a good way of designing organisations. Now we need adaptive organisations that move at the speed of change because they are self-organising, with fluid hierarchies led by the best person in that moment to do that job. Examples include Agile, Sociocracy, Holacracy, Management 3.0 and more. To be antifragile, we need to be able to adapt. This means harnessing conflict as hard data on how we need to grow. We use the best approaches of the Adaptive Way which is at the heart of all we do.
- Regenerative and Free
In a regenerative economy, each of us grow as individuals; our natural environments grow, and so do our societies. A regenerative economy includes everything in a circular economy, a blue economy, triple bottom line, impact, etc.; and it generates healthy financial profits too. Companies with this long-term view outperform the rest in earnings, revenue, investment, and job growth. Companies with strong environmental, social, and governance norms recorded higher performance and credit ratings through five factors: top-line growth, lower costs, fewer legal and regulatory interventions, higher productivity, and optimized investment and asset utilization.
In a FairShares company, all stakeholders share the power to govern the company and the wealth generated. So all stakeholders work together to find a way of meeting all needs, including those of society and the planet. Add in freedom from any concept of property, where the company and its people cannot be bought or sold, and insure that stakeholders are stewards of the company in the interests of future generations, and you get a FairShares Commons.