About the Foundation

Living wisdom for a vital society

Unlocking wisdom

Cranmore Foundation researches the world’s wisdom tradition literature to identify universal values and design principles that support sustainable systems. The Foundation offers the result of its research efforts through the provision of white-papers and learning programmes for education, business and organisational education and leadership development.

Cranmore Foundation recognises that today’s challenges require new answers. Its premise is that wisdom traditions offer modern society a valuable resource and aide for successfully managing the complexity of emerging systems.

Modern society seems to have lost its ability to recognise and cultivate the deep quality of knowledge that lies at the core of many cultures.

Current thinking tends to view them solely in terms of economic value, political power, religious tradition or as tourist destinations, therefore failing to unlock the living wisdom that shaped and sustains them.

Cranmore Foundation aims to achieve authentic cultural translations of these wisdom traditions through the process of deep reading, in order to unlock their universal values for use in education, business and government.

A new class of leadership

The Foundation hopes to enable and support a new class of visionary leadership capable of humane and sustainable strategies. The Foundation consists of a small group of dedicated people that work closely with culture bearers from different cultures. The Foundation is dedicated to identifying functional design principles for use in developing durable, yet flexible and adaptive organisations, processes, services and products.

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