Human Enhancement through use of Matrix-Q I.P.

Human Enhancement : the next level acquisition of knowledge, skills, tools, technology and standards.

“Every human interaction, with purpose of communication and collaboration involves learning and changing. The human factor variable of the global sustainable development equation needs to be solved in order to achieve systemic global sustainability, collective intelligence and sustainable growth. As the cause is human footprint, it is not only the human species that suffers the consequences of such.

Our solution for the global sustainable development challenges starts with the human factor, the human capital for change.

The understanding of the human stages of development, the human evolution time line, brings the necessary clarity on the need of implementation of human enhancement and leadership programs.

We have a systemic approach which includes global sustainable development footprint prevention knowledge, skills, tools, technology and instruction.

The future of humanity and planet earth are the responsibility of the human species, in particular of its leaders, knowledge holders and decision makers.

Systemic collective intelligence and human enhancement are needs that can not be longer avoided, left aside, sidetracked or downsized in their pivotal importance and strategic value. “- Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken.

The Matrix-Q Research Institute is signatory member of the Dutch SDG Charter, it engages into Global Sustainable Development through research, innovation, education and consultancy. [URL]

The Matrix-Q Human Enhancement Program, focus on supporting leaders advance their effectiveness and reduce their global sustainable development footprint.

You can contract us for:

Awareness rising programs through:

Education Programs & Technology

. Consultancy Services

. Licenses, labels, Certificates, Permits

. Standard

. Ecosystem – Network & Collaboration

. Publications

. Strategic Partnerships

Training programs dedicated to footprint prevention have been available since 2018.

In particular along 2019 those will focus on:  Gender equality, leadership, learning skills gap (education), emotional intelligence, systemic strategic management, collective intelligence, value generation, innovation and sustainable growth.