Ramona Maria Kordesch, born 1986 in Klagenfurt, is a theologian, business ethicist and senior researcher. Since 2016 she has headed the "Leadership & Civil Society" research cluster at LEIZ and founded the non-profit foundation "Societas Futura. Gesellschaft Gestalten" as a think tank with an associated consulting company and educational offer for polyvalent entrepreneurship in Vienna and Carinthia.
Sebastian Sach, born 1986, is a trainer and agile coach at a management consultancy in Munich. For 10 years, Mr. Sach has accompanied executives in large corporations in and through change processes, particularly with a view to cultural and innovation development in the company. He organizes, stages and manages structural processes of organizational development, particularly with a view to the sustainable establishment of value-driven business models and social innovation.
At the heart of national and international public welfare discourses is the topic of social innovation, an example of the shared responsibility of politics, business and civil society for good social development. In contrast to purely technical innovation, social innovations are characterised above all by new relationship skills of people and organisations. Numerous entrepreneurial future fields thus point to the connection between social and economic value creation and recognise civil society as a central resource for further development. The workshop outlines the forms and functions of social innovation and calls for the expansion of cooperation cultures in favour of their development and scaling.
At least 12 persons
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