Dr Alison Macintyre she/her/hers

Alison Macintyre describes herself as a “multipassionate pracademic”— a practical academic with a PhD in behavioural economics and interdisciplinary systems thinker with a drive to tackle real world problems and to build a more collaborative and regenerative future. Over the past 25 years she has worked in academia, government, social entrepreneurship, and high-tech startups. Ali’s current work with Regenerem focuses on research, consulting, and coaching, much of it around truly human and connected organisational design: harmonising people, process and culture, for a new era of remote teamwork. She also serves on the board of the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability; contributes to research projects covering diverse topics such as environment, cooperation, social capital, institutions, artificial intelligence, and nationalism as a Research Fellow at the Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST) at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia; designs coaching programs to connect clients with their purpose, values, and potential; and is writing a book about building a purpose driven culture in a remote-first software start-up. 


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