Just like dinosaurs — impressive and powerful — but not fit for a changing world, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are doomed!
For over half a century, Warren and Charlie’s work has allowed them to amass great wealth and power. They have managed to survive through many economic crises. The sheer power of their wealth has been enough to allow them to even increase their wealth during turbulent and uncertain times. Yet, the time of their demise is near.
Unless, new blood comes in and manages to increase their fitness. Not their conventional fitness (i.e., internal fitness) but the fitness of their directive correlation with their environment (i.e., True Fitness).
Given the exponential growth of global uncertainty and turbulence, being wealthy and powerful is no guarantee of survival, let alone of thriving during black-swan events.
So, what are massively wealthy and powerful institutions to do?
They must become tropophilic. In other words, they must ensure the fitness of their directive correlation with their environment is optimal.
To achieve this optimal-fitness relationship with their environment they must transform their current organizational structures into enhancive and tropophilic systems.
This transformation process is simple and straight-forward following the Emery’s Search Conference & Participative Design Workshop.
By the way, this transformation process is applicable to any organization whose CEO is a visionary and wise enough to benefit from it.
Here’s To The Optimal-Fitness Of Your Organization’s Directive Correlation With Its Environment!
JC Wandemberg Ph.D.
President & Founder
About the author: Dr. Wandemberg is an international consultant, professor, and analyst of economic, environmental, social, managerial, marketing, and political issues. For the past 30 years Dr. Wandemberg has collaborated with corporations, communities, and organizations to integrate sustainability through self-transformation processes and Open Systems Design Principles, thus, catalyzing a Culture of Trust, Transparency, and Integrity.