What is a Regenerative Strategy?
There are 3 Core Elements to a regenerative strategy
Weaker and Weaker Government Models
It doesn’t just assume that the national government models we’ve relied on for generations will not only continue to struggle to give their citizens what they need against the backdrop of multiple global challenges, that much is obvious. It assumes the pace of that failure, will accelerate to the point where a volatile breakdown is a possibility.
Seeks to Regenerate Government Models Whilst Regenerating Your Own
A regenerative strategy makes the choice to intervene, helping governments re-imagine their role and in doing so, use those experiences to accelerate their own pace of change. Recognising that we need government models to act as accelerants to solutions, not brakes.
Builds a Movement
Finally, it recognises that doing the above in isolation isn’t enough, no matter what the organisation. It commits to build a movement of other organisations from all over the world, each committed to the same regenerative goals, backed by regenerative committed capital, each well positioned to lead in different ways.
Your most linear function will dictate the pace of any ambitious regenerative strategy.