Lessons learned from two years of the State of Transformation

By Benjamin Taylor | 13 November 2019

Two years of our State of Transformation process have shown us how deep we are in crisis. But the word ‘crisis’, from the Greek, means ‘to separate’ – a decision point.

And though this points to the risks of schisms, polarisation, and extremism, what we have also seen is a huge amount of innovation and deep commitment to real change – whether it goes by the over-loaded name of ‘transformation’ or not.

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