Marcus has an international background as adviser. He veered into philosophy through his writing. He holds a B.Eng in Applied Physics cum laude and a PhD in Organizational Sociology. This explains why he typically explores our world at the crossroads of the natural and social sciences. Marcus wrote books on topics ranging from corporate evolution to process philosophy and lectured in Europe and Africa. In his book, Reality Reviewed, he introduces the choreographic cosmology and explains how this helps us improve our chances. He co-founded Reality Review, a company that focuses on assessments that improve the fit of people in organizations and the fit of organizational and national conditions. Reality Review markets its assessments internationally through Select HR.
We are into a new cycle of awakening about the true nature of things. Reality is shaped by hidden choreographies that emerge spontaneously in response to local inequalities. The world that we imagine arises from such choreographies interacting. What does it mean for us to participate in a choreography-driven simulation that is run by the process of nature? Applied in nations, companies, and organizations, how does the choreographic cosmology help us improve our chances in an evermore complex world?
The author tells the amazing story of his search for a diverting and, what is now recognized as, novel way of watching our reality. He shows how this view allows us better to understand ourselves, the company we work for, the nation we live in, the leaders we follow, the family we cherish, even the very stuff that shapes our world. He explains how this will help us manage our success by means of the underlying conditions, conditions that constantly, yet predictably change. No longer do we need to be locked up in a prison of our own making. The gate to continued success and happiness is open. A new era is not just beginning. It is already here and now.
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Some scholars who know his work call the author a philosopher. Marcus sees himself first and foremost as a scientist with a mission. He leaves no stone unturned to unveil what really shapes our world. He does so refreshingly at the crossroads of the natural and social sciences. His international experience as advisor ensures that his conclusions are ready to be applied in everyday life. What matters to him is that his findings improve the chances of nations, institutions, and his readers.
Faint but fundamental findings have popped up in the world of science, findings that are like dots in a puzzle. Connect these dots in a certain way and a novel picture of reality appears, a picture so familiar, yet so different that it will deeply affect the way we interpret our world, if true. Because reality is involved, this picture could give new impetus to scientific research as much as it could inspire leaders to rethink their role. This book explores how the established system of ideas at the heart of our worldview may be making way for a new system, a new paradigm, that will dictate how we see, study, and manage our world in future.