07h00-08h30 Petit déjeuner à l'hotel Creekside Inn 3400 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California 94306.
08h30-08h45 Acceuil Enterprise Development Group 930 Roble Ridge Road Palo Alto,CA. 94306
08h45 09h40 Cutting-Edge Issues for Humanity and the World
Linda Groff is Emeritus Professor, Political Science and Futures Studies, California State University.
9h40 11h00 What is important ?
Cheryl De Ciantis, Ph.D. is an experienced international consultant, program and learning simulation designer, facilitator and executive coach. Since 1985, Cheryl has been associated with the Center for Creative Leadership and she served as Director of the Center’s Brussels, Belgium campus. In 2001, Cheryl co-founded Kairios. Cheryl has designed and delivered programs, interventions and in-depth executive coaching in corporate, educational and not-for profit organizations that include Avery-Dennison, AT&T, Bayer, Georgia Tech Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Google, Granite Construction Inc., Habitat for Humanity, IBM, Ingersoll-Rand, Miller Brewing, Motorola, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), North Carolina School for the Deaf, Oracle, PepsiCo Foods and Beverages International, PPG, Presidio Graduate School, Unilever Home and Personal Care Europe, Values Technology, Inc., Whirlpool Italy, and numerous others. Dr. De Ciantis is certified in the use of numerous psychological and cognitive instruments and 360º feedback surveys. A specialist in creativity and herself an artist, writer and storyteller, Cheryl obtained her doctorate in Mythological Studies with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, which houses the Joseph Campbell Library, where she initiated her research into the intersection of art, technology and culture. A pioneer in creating and documenting creative/reflective learning methodologies in leadership development, Cheryl is the author of many articles and of Using an Art Technique to Facilitate Leadership Development.
Kenton Hyatt, Ph.D., specializing in communication, values and creativity, is an international facilitator, trainer, executive coach and program designer. Kenton’s particular areas of expertise include values assessment and development for individuals, teams and organizations; creativity assessment and development; and coaching managers to be coaches. Dr. Hyatt uses interactive learning methods based on psychological and behavioral assessment integrated with creative methodologies to produce active learning environments which are designed to achieve the results that are best suited for each person, group and organization. He is also an accomplished painter, photographer and storyteller. He holds certifications in a wide variety of individual, group, and organizational assessment instruments and programs. Kenton has taught communication at Rochester Institute of Technology and Humboldt State University.
11h00-13h00 Visit et déjeuner au farmer market down town Palo Alto
13h00- 13h30 Tesla avec Jennifer Della Pollock, "Jenna", is currently a Senior Electrical Design Engineer at Tesla Motors where she works on the development of small, efficient and low-cost magnetic components for automotive powertrain energy conversion systems. She earned a Ph.D in electrical engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering in 2008. Tesla TESLA 4180 El Camino RealPalo Alto, CA United States 94306-4008 http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_Motors Tesla, est un constructeur automobile de voitures électriques dont le siège social se situe à Palo Alto, dans la Silicon Valley, aux États-Unis. La société est fondée en 2003 par Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning, Ian Wright, Elon Musk et JB Straubel. Le nom de l'entreprise est inspiré par le scientifique serbe Nikola Tesla. La production de série du premier véhicule, le Roadster Tesla, a démarré en début d'année 2008. Le Roadster est une voiture sportive entièrement électrique. Les ventes se font par l'intermédiaire du site internet de la société et des différentes concessions présentes dans le monde. Ce site est appelé Star Gate et a enregistré la vente des 220 premiers modèles du Roadster en quatre mois. En juin 2014, Elon Musk rend les brevets de Tesla accessibles à tous. Pour lui : « Si une entreprise dépend de ses brevets, c'est qu'elle n'innove pas ou alors qu'elle n'innove pas assez rapidement. »
13h30-17h00 Transformation des valeurs et évolutions sociétales nouvelles approches du leadership et de l'innovation en Californie
13h30 15h00 A journey on Segond Life Cheryl De Ciantis, Kenton Hyatt and Gary Merrill.
Second Life (SL) est un métavers (ou univers virtuel) en 3D sorti en 2003 basé sur le modèle du free to play. Ce programme informatique permet à ses utilisateurs d'incarner des personnages virtuels dans un monde créé par les résidents eux-mêmes. Les utilisateurs peuvent créer le contenu du jeu : vêtements, bâtiments, objets, animations et sons, etc, ainsi qu'acquérir des parcelles de terrain dont ils obtiennent la jouissance en utilisant une monnaie virtuelle auprès de Linden Lab, la société qui édite le programme informatique open-source.
Gary Merrill has, for the last thirty years, investigated and applied the principles of human ecology, psychology and organization development to help groups and individuals successfully navigate the perpetual white water of change. Gary is a process architect, group facilitator, educator and executive coach who has served numerous and varied clients in both the private and public sector and across many manufacturing and service industries, governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and nonprofit organizations. Gary’s organizational work is dedicated to facilitating the emergence of more viable, vital and sustainable organizations and communities. Since the mid-90s Gary has pioneered the use of interactive computer decision support tools and online meeting environments. He has designed and facilitated interactive strategic planning sessions, focus groups, large-scale virtual conferences and team development meetings using a number of technology platforms. He has recently co-created Third Life Lab, a virtual learning and conference center in Second Life, an online, three-dimensional virtual world. There, he conducts coaching sessions, facilitates experiential team development programs and mentors people learning to work and play in radically new ways. Gary’s clients include Hewlett Packard, Cisco, Wyse Technology, Whole Foods, the International Monetary Fund, General Motors, Granite Construction, the City of Grand Rapids, Stanford University, Mount Madonna School, the Santa Cruz Hospice Caring Project, and more than two hundred individual coaching clients.
15h00 15h30 The Cultural Creatives Paul Ray, écrivain, www.culturalcreatives.org . The Cultural Creatives are the carrier population for the emerging wisdom culture. Paul Ray has been researching their values, lifestyles and beliefs for 25 years. Across the planet, they are innovators for the culture, not so much in technologies as in beliefs, worldviews, values and ways of life. They are the opinion leaders, and the participants in all the new social movements of the past 60 years who have time and again shaped others’ views, practices and adoptions of these new ways. Their Green values and lifestyles and their values of inner development both psychological and spiritual are the key to the emerging new culture. New Cultural Creatives surveys in Europe, Japan and the US all show the same trends.
15h30 16h00 Break and walk in the park.
16h00 16h30 Socially responsible and values-based investment strategies. Toby Cooper - MBA, Vice President, Financial Advisor has helped to lead Merrill Lynch into socially responsible and values-based investment strategies using environmental and sustainable investment models. Toby Cooper is a fully qualified Financial Advisor with the Golden Gate Complex, a part of B of A/Merrill Lynch’s worldwide Global Wealth Management. He is licensed as a general securities representative and financial advisor (FINRA Series 7, 63 and 65) in California and other states listed below. He has been trained in every aspect of Merrill Lynch’s financial services, including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, options, 401K and other retirement plans, variable annuities, life insurance, wealth management, trusts and estates, home financing, short and long term corporate cash, and other financial services. Toby joined Merrill Lynch in 1993 and currently advises both individuals and corporations. He has helped to lead Merrill Lynch into socially responsible and values-based investment strategies using environmental and sustainable investment models. He specializes in asset allocation models for high net worth individuals, executes tax-efficient diversification of concentrated stock positions, manages corporate cash and company 401K plans, and advances diversified investment strategies for all clients. He includes tax-free bond allocations and non-correlated assets in addition to traditional equity style allocations. He assembled a team to successfully streamline and standardize the process for transacting stock restricted by Canadian Reg S when a client company was bought by a Canadian firm. Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, Toby worked for a private investment banker in creating private placement offerings primarily for environmental businesses. In the 1970’s, he worked for wildlife conservation in Washington, D.C. He earned a BS from the University of Michigan and an MBA from UC Berkeley. He is Chairman of the Sacramento-based Mountain Lion Foundation and is active in competitive sailing and equestrian sports. In 1968 he was a member of the US Olympic Kayak and Canoe Team at the Mexico City Olympics
16h30 17h00 Ubiquity University Jim Garrison. Ubiquity celebrates all the creativity and innovation that is reshaping the educational domain. A revolution is truly underway as new technologies, social networking capacities, and learning methods shake the foundations of traditional education and create new possibilities for enhanced learning. Ubiquity seeks to contribute to this renewal with an educational approach designed to liberate the human potential of each and every one of our students. This is our commitment to them. We want them to be who they were born to be and to take their gifts into the larger world with passion and purpose. Ubiquity’s uniqueness lies in the way it combines and reworks the spectrum of innovations that are re-shaping the world of education. Ubiquity is distinctive in terms of the way it combines its educational content, methodology, design, and cost within a global context Dr. Jim Garrison received his Ph.D. in Philosophical Theology from Cambridge University, an M.T.S. degree in History of Religion and Christology from Harvard Divinity School, and a B.A. in History and Political Science from the University of Santa Clara. Dr. Garrison is the founder of Ubiquity University and serves as President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Academic Officer. He served as President and Chairman of Wisdom University from 2005 to 2012 which established Ubiquity. Previously, he founded and served as President of the Gorbachev Foundation/USA and the State of the World Forum, both San Francisco-based non-profit institutions created to establish a global network of leaders dedicated to creating a more sustainable global civilization. With President Gorbachev as its convening chairman, the Forum brought together leaders from around the world in a variety of disciplines to its annual and regional conferences and catalyzed the creation of several independent organizations. Dr. Garrison published his first book in 1980, The Plutonium Culture (SCM). This was followed by The Darkness of God: Theology After Hiroshima (SCM/1982); The Russian Threat: Myths and Realities (Gateway Books/ 1983); The New Diplomats (Resurgence Press/1984); Civilization and the Transformation of Power (Paraview Press/2000); and America As Empire (Barrett Koehler/2004). His current book is on Climate Change and the Primordial Mind: Toward a Post Axial Spirituality (forthcoming). Dr. Garrison teaches a range of courses at Ubiquity University on Greek philosophy, the history of religion, and global politics at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, including the core courses The Great Books and Wisdom and Civilization.
17h00-18h00 Débriefing de la journée, réponse aux questions et préparation opérationnelle du lendemain.
18h00-19h00 Soirée VIP Créative avec les amis et experts Français et Américan de la Silicon Valley autour du feu et d'un barbecue avec guitare "country music". Diner à la maison ou au Fish Market, il est aussi possible de diner a proximité au restaurant chinois Su Hong Eatery 4256 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California 94306 Tel : 650-493-3836. Réserver la grande table ronde.
19h00-20h00 About Brian Hall Elva Castaneda de Hall. It has been Brian Hall's vision to bring meaning to people and institutions globally. Our goal is to aid in personal and organizational transformation through a better understanding of values and culture.
20h00- 20h30 Preparation for the next days with Mark Beaulieu and Michel Saloff Coste.
20h30-22h00 Projection du film Something Ventured. Something Ventured tells the story of the creation of an industry that went on to become the single greatest engine of innovation and economic growth in the 20th century. It is told by the visionary risk-takers who dared to make it happen…Tom Perkins, Don Valentine, Arthur Rock, Dick Kramlich and others. The film also includes some of our finest entrepreneurs sharing how they worked with these venture capitalists to grow world-class companies like Intel, Apple, Cisco, Atari, Genentech, Tandem and others. Beginning in the late 1950′s, this small group of high rollers fostered a one-of-a-kind business culture that encouraged extraordinary risk and made possible unprecedented rewards. They laid the groundwork for America’s start-up economy, providing not just the working capital but the guidance to allow seedling companies to reach their full potential. Our lives would be dramatically different without the contributions that these venture capitalists made to the creation of PCs, the Internet and life-saving drugs. Something Ventured was conceived by Paul Holland, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Paul, a general partner with Foundation Capital, is co-executive producer of the film along with Molly Davis of Rainmaker Communications. The film was directed by Emmy-Award-winning filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine.