Opening up to the world, to new disciplines, comparing ideas, asking questions, reinventing, venturing forth…
For the Rennes SB Summit, on 9 and 10 October 2023, we invite you to venture beyond the existing framed thinking. Over 20 renowned researchers and key figures from right around the globe – from Princeton to Oxford via Manchester and Nagoya –, will convene here to tackle the major challenges of sustainable transformation through the prism of interdisciplinarity and intersectoriality.
An unprecedented event introduced by the Centre for Unframed Thinking (CUT), the world’s first business school-based institute for advanced studies, whose aim is to champion and promote interdisciplinary research projects at the highest international level.
Our mission comprises stimulating dialogue, decompartmentalising and breaking down the silos. Human and social sciences will share the same platform as the hard sciences – climatology, ecology, technology, mathematics, sociology and environmental sciences – to initiate positive, lasting solutions on a small and large scale.
Researchers, intellectuals, entrepreneurs and directors will communicate with one another to co-build top-level research with real impact.
How do we fund transitions? How do we innovate to benefit the climate? How can we rethink capitalism? How do we put artificial intelligence to good use? How do we reinvent regional and international cooperation? How do we transform production models? We are bombarded by the how and the why of it all in the quest for a long-term solution!
With the Rennes SB Summit, our motto embraces collective intelligence to reinvest in meaningfulness in a more targeted manner and take an active interest in society’s upheavals. Let’s dare to think, in the plural, to rise above the challenges that face us.
Let’s champion lasting transformation, which fashions the world of today and tomorrow.
Rennes School of Business, Unframed Thinking.
Over the course of two days, take part in our plenary sessions, workshops and masterclasses, which will address the major social issues of today and tomorrow, through a multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral programme, to be discovered here, made up of three highlights:
Free and compulsory registration, limited number of places.
2 Rue Robert d'Arbrissel