Today, many companies and institutions are turning their backs on pyramidal hierarchical organizational structures. They seek agility in the management of processes, which leaves the individual personality free space and at the same time encourages individual responsibility. But what are the inner requirements for successful cooperation? From which sources do we draw? How do we find cooperation in new, more "horizontally" oriented forms? What skills are needed for a sustainable and innovative cooperation between companies? And finally, the question arises of the ones own appropriate attitude and co-organized involvement in civil society and politics.
Cooperation wants to be rethought today. This social and economic challenge stretches across all sectors, from agriculture and commerce to medicine, education and social therapy.
The second World Goetheanum Forum brought together people who face these issues in practice worldwide, drawing on inner initiative and spiritual experience.