Author Archives: Said E. Dawlabani

08/29 – Predicting the Unpredictable The Good and Bad Effects of Capital on the Momentous Leap

August 2018 / Feature Articles

Said Dawlabani

“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future”

Yogi Berra, American baseball philosopher

Welcome to the Age of Disruption

Over the last few years, I have been obsessed with finding answers to the myriad of questions that address the nature of change. More specifically, I’ve wanted to know why so many futurists and management gurus got so many things wrong about the future in such a short period of time. It is the …

8/31 – If Capitalism is Dead, then what?

August-November 2016 / Integral European Conference #IEC2016

Said E. Dawlabani

Said E. Dawlabani

#IEC2016 – Keynote Speech

Now we’re going to focus fully on the state of the capitalist system. Today, capitalism is experiencing one of the most profound challenges in its history. Some leading thinkers believe that it might not even survive the current technological disruption. We’re going to take a look at some of the trends that are shaping that thinking and what the future looks like from a value systems …

Economic Policy and Global Value Systems

August 2009 / Feature Articles

Said E. Dawlabani

Said E. Dawlabani

Introduction

The current global economic crisis has humbled the field of economics as a science for its systemic failure to foresee the global danger signs. Even the best and the brightest in President Obama’s elite and highly credentialed team of experts are quickly finding that the largest economic stimulus in history will not be enough to avert an economic disaster. There’s no question that the global economy remains in the …

Notes from the Field: Natural Design Solutions for Indigenous Cultures ~ The Next Frontier in Geo-Political Strategy

June 2008 / Notes from the Field


“The FBI will be celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and I would have to say that the interview with Saddam Hussein is one of the top accomplishments in our agency’s history.” ~
FBI Assistant Director Joe Persichini

Dalawi 1This statement was made to the CBS news program 60 minutes about the work of one George Piro, a young FBI agent who had Saddam in a few short months after his capture divulging the secrets of his …