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Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
Institute of Inclusivity
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Institute of Inclusivity

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An institutional framework that addresses the space between business and politics, which neither are catering to today.

An institutional framework that addresses the space between business and politics, which neither are catering to today.

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  • 1. Confidential Indian Institute of Inclusivity Vision 2030
  • 2. Confidential The Big Picture – World on the edge of promise and peril Opportunities  Accelerating power of technology in all walks of human endeavor  Easy and comfortable life like never before  Unprecedented connectivity in the knowledge economy  ‘Perfect Storm’ for potential breakthrough into a new mode of existence Threats  Value erosion in the ‘software’ driving global systems and thinking  Greater social stratification and disparity  Pervasiveness of ‘lower’ instincts in media and channels of mass influence  ‘Perfect Storm’ for potential breakdown and civilizational collapse All global, national and local institutions face challenges of unprecedented complexity
  • 3. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik The Shift of Global Power and Influence The Power of Religion/ Injunction The Power of the Military/ Conquest The Power of Politics/ Democracy The Power of Business/ Economics Before 1000 years 200-1000 years ago Last 200 years 21st Century In a world with a conscience, with power comes responsibility ‘Adopt a Faith’ ‘Indulge in Belief’ ‘Might is Right’ ‘Rule Of Law’ ‘Elect the Leader’ ‘Manage Consensus’ ‘Mutual Benefit’ ‘Practical Logic’
  • 4. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik The Shift Of Imperative for Business in Today’s World From  Serving the vested interest of a few stakeholders  Zero-Sum constructions  Focus on the short term of quarters and years  Creating Economic Surplus only  Exploiting human resources  Exclusive Economics  The Focus on ‘I’ To  Serving the universal interest of the Society  Win-Win constructions  Focus on the long term of decades and centuries  Creating Social Surplus also  Developing human resources  Inclusive Economics  The Focus on ‘We’ The Business Bodhisattva – Entering the Marketplace with Open hands
  • 5. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik Why an Institute of Inclusivity  To influence the culture in which all economic activity in general, and business in particular, operates  To create a generation of leaders who become living examples of that new culture  To establish frameworks, systems and processes that enable those leaders to implement initiatives and programs of lasting change at the ground level  To measure the impact of those initiatives and programs on society  To evolve the structure and function of the Institute with changing times to become a crucible of inclusive growth , development and prosperity
  • 6. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik High Level Org Structure I.I.I BOARD Research Policy Advisory Social Entrepreneurship • Driving consensus among interest groups and activist organizations locally and globally • Leveraging current global best practices • Providing Decision Tools for policy design and adoption • Educating and enabling a critical mass of leaders for local projects • Incubating and mentoring projects • Capturing and reporting social capital metrics • New economic models of inclusivity • Systems and Complexity Sciences applied to social change • Resource Management
  • 7. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik Cross-functional Collaboration Engine at III Addressing the complex problems of humanity require a trans-disciplinary approach that address the interiors and exteriors of both the individual and the collective Individual Interior ‘I’ – Self and consciousness Individual Exterior ‘IT’ – Brain and Behaviour Collective Exterior ‘ITS’ – Social system and Environment Collective Interior ‘WE’ – Culture and Worldview Motivation Theorists Developmental Psychologists Socio-cultural Scientists Group – Mind Experts Leadership Coaches Behavioral Economists ‘Appropriate’ Technologists Business Process Designers
  • 8. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik III will operate symbiotically with key stakeholders I.I.I Government Members Citizens Investors Advice Service Sponsorship Support OpportunitiesTalent Profile Funds
  • 9. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik …and leverage the power of the internet for participative governance I-I-I.com Public Policies and Projects Formulation Implementation Results SME Opinion Issue based Polls Feedback Citizen Participation
  • 10. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik The Legal Entity Of I.I.I There are three options for the legal structure of I.I.I  A Trust managed by a group of Trustees and co-sponsors  A Private Venture run and managed like a company, but with a focus on social upliftment rather than private profit only  A PPP venture that is jointly owned and managed, and draws upon • The Government for Hard Infrastructure Provisioning, umbrella sponsorship and influence resources for socio-economic facilitation • The Private enterprise for ‘Business Management’ of the entity with qualified goals of ‘Return’ and Output accountability Each of the above has its merits and pitfalls. It is important to maintain neutrality of interest
  • 11. Confidential Prepared by Neelesh Marik Next Steps  Determine a ‘Bounded Space’ for piloting III. This could be a state in the country, with a proper understanding with its political leadership and bureaucracy  Find an ‘executive sponsor’ for III in that Bounded Space  Constitute a Steering Committee for III  Create a Strategic ‘Plan’ with a 20 year horizon, where ‘return’ is measured both in financial and non-financial terms  Kick-off the III
  • 12. Confidential ‘Irrespective of what the nature of the immediate business may be, in reality there is only one business – the business of human wellbeing.’ ~ Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

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