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Mitra Ardron on Thrivability & Innovation – Thrivable Melbourne Forum 14

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What are the dynamics of a Thrivable Society?

… & what would you ask the panelists at the Thrivable Melbourne Forum?

We spoke with global innovator, consultant and serial entrepreneur, Mitra Ardron, for his take on the topic.

Positive Handprints: What would be some of the dynamics of a thrivable society?

Mitra Ardron: So I think one of the dynamics of a thrivable society, is we keep trying new things, we keep making new experiments.
and so we live in a society in which it’s ok to try something new it’s ok to fail, it’s ok to succeed.
I think it’s a society where we remove the barriers that make it possible to try lots of small things and then build the ones that are successful,
rather than a society where we take forever to build very large projects that may not be successful.
So large numbers of small projects instead of small numbers of large projects.

PH: So if you were to ask a question of one of our panels, the Future of Business, the Future of Community & Governance…

MA: The second one..

PH: What question would you ask of our panelists?

MA: How can we govern a thrivable society in a way that allows people to make mistakes, that allows people to try and fail, without getting mired in the bureaucracy of either governments, or finance, or just limited thinking?

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