Creating a world where Syntropic Enterprises are Ubiquitous

For those seeking to build, design & create new models of enterprise that ensures a world with a future.



“Don’t try to change the existing system. Create new models that make the existing obsolete.” R.Buckminster Fuller 

Download the Covenant for Syntropic Enterprise Creators

Our Purpose

To support the creation of Syntropic Enterprises as ubiquitous. Syntropic Enterprises leave everything they touch better. (Syntropy is the opposite of entropy.)

If you are tired of exploitation, models of extraction to extinction, check box sustainability, green washing, colonisation and appropriation, and know there is another way…

..if you are clear that enterprises of the future, those that make it through the next ten years, must innovate the very underpinnings of enterprise design if they are to maintain relevance, attract and maintain the best people, and live a compelling story for their customers and stakeholders..

Learn, Connect, Collaborate and Lead a world with a future.

Become Syntropic 

#1. Sign the Covenant

Commit to leading enterprise change for a world with a future 

#2. Learn, connect, collaborate and lead a world with a future

Business-as-usual is not the answer. To create a world with a future we need new models, new design, new thinking. Masterclasses, Case Studies, Enterprise Design Consulting, Events

#3. Syntropic *Mark

Tell the world that the future is Syntropic by achieving the Syntropic *Mark. No greenwashing or check box sustainability. 

 Masterclass & Syntropic BOOK LAUNCH  World Tour


Feb 3|4

Brisbane, Australia

Feb 11|12

Sydney, Australia

Feb 26|27

London, UK

March 3|4

Boulder, USA *to be confirmed

March 9|10

Gold Coast, Australia

“We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims.”

R.Buckminster Fuller

Dominator Heirarchy Natural Hierarchy best suited to your enterprise Pattern Integrity
Sense of isolation Deep experience of partnership
At effect of everything Working towards the 10-50-100 year plan
Layers of management Autonomous deliberately developmental teams, high accountability, high agility, resilient
Single or even triple lens accounting Accounting for value in all domains
Shareholder focus Regenerative stakeholder focus, present and future
Fragmented culture, either too polarised or not polarised enough Purposeful culture with consciously designed polarity
Leadership overwhelm The Leader as Steward
All work, die the hero Time to tune in, connect, breath and intuit – essential to success, wellbeing, health
Difficulty attracting and retaining amazing people People seek you out, you get to choose from a diverse pool of extraordinary humans

Working with businesses like yours,
trusted by people like you


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