Conference "Illusion of Control"

Conference “Illusion of Control” On 23-25 May 2022, Nyenrode will organise the “Illusion of Control” conference together with Para Limes. The themes are about organisational ecological themes, introduced by a unique diversity of world-class international speakers and discussed with the participants. The 12 speakers will include a Nobel Prize nominee, the founder of complexity economics, global experts on pandemics, evolution, and fisheries management, one of the “founders” of deep learning artificial intelligence, an ex-vice president of the World Bank, and a top economist from South East Asia. All participants are listed in the link to the conference site.

 

 

 

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Conference “Illusion of Control”

On 23-25 May 2022, Nyenrode will organise the “Illusion of Control” conference together with Para Limes. The themes are about organisational ecological themes, introduced by a unique diversity of world-class international speakers and discussed with the participants. The 12 speakers will include a Nobel Prize nominee, the founder of complexity economics, global experts on pandemics, evolution, and fisheries management, one of the “founders” of deep learning artificial intelligence, an ex-vice president of the World Bank, and a top economist from South East Asia. All participants are listed in the link to the conference site.

It will be easy for those familiar with the S-Curve (also known as the Growth-Curve) to see the various themes as one window on contemporary governance and ecological problems. That is why Human Insight recommends this conference. If there are enough participants, Human Insight will organise a discussion about this later this year (facilitated by Peter Robertson).

“Illusion of control” is a non-profit conference. The speakers do not charge a fee; Nyenrode provides the infrastructure free of charge. The decision not to make this an internet conference and to have a somewhat limited number of participants is based on the quality of interaction and discussion. As a result, travel costs are the most significant investment. These travel and accommodation costs of the speakers, all catering, and the evening program are covered by the participation costs. The conference is at the end of May, and the three days in a row can sometimes be challenging to plan. Hence, there are multiple options for the number of days to participate. Those who are interested can click through to the site about the conference.

 


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