May Dinner 2018 details
Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Prioress’s Room, Jesus College, Cambridge. CB5 8BL
06:45pm to 10:45pm
The evening’s program
There will be plenty of opportunity to network and share ideas with fellow guests before, during and following the dinner and guest speaker’s talk.
6:45pm: Pre-dinner drinks in the Prioress’s Room
7:30pm: Dinner in the Upper Hall
8:45pm: A talk by our speaker for the evening, followed by a Q&A session.
Fee: £69 / head
Due to the College increasing their charges, we have had to increase the price per head by the minimum we can, as a non-profit organisation.
All payments will be made using Paypal secure payments system
If you don’t have a Paypal account you can still make your payment using “Check out as a Guest” at the bottom of the Paypal login panel. If you experience any problems registering please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please advise of any dietary requirements when you register.
There’s plenty of free parking within the grounds of the College.
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Cancellations and amendments
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- Changes will become effective on the date of email confirmation being received.
- Cancellations made before the closure of Registration will be refunded in full.
- Cancellations made after registration closes will not be refunded. This is because the Event order will have been placed with the College.
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We are delighted to announce our speaker for the evening.
Principal and co-founder of Cambridge Leadership College.
Our speaker is Tom Cassidy, Principal and Co-founder of the Cambridge Leadership College
‘Emergence, Economics and Evolution: our role as architects of the future.’
Economics was originally a win-lose, zero-sum game: whatever I get, you cannot also have, arguably beginning with the allocated distribution of the first grain surplus.
Some of the emergent properties of economics as a competition for scarce resources are nations, capitalism, and exponentially increasing technology.
The Win-lose game dynamics of this economic paradigm are increasingly becoming obsolete. The only possible future games are win-win or lose-lose.
In this talk Tom will be covering some of the key axiomatic changes to economics we might consider in order to create complex adaptive systems that naturally vector towards win-win.