We are pleased to announce that our research and scanning methodologies have been upgraded to take on a broader vital signs monitoring capability.
The overall approach, known as 5 Deep Vital Signs, builds upon our experience gained since 1998, when our first vital signs monitor was built in Yorkshire, UK. The enhanced approach provides insights into the patterns and perceptions of change for individuals, organisations, communities, regions and countries.
Our surveying methods are focused on flexibility, and contextual relevance in securing quality data across all known stages of development, whilst creating the possibility to track the weak signals of new stages not yet defined. This effort enhances our ongoing research into human emergence by tracking humanity’s vital signs.
Our new scanning system is designed to support a coaching, mentoring, advisory or facilitation practice; and can be used as the basis of academic research.
You can find out more by attending one of our Virtual Open Houses on the 20th, 21st, or 22nd of May 2014. Please click here to register.
Christopher and Sheila Cooke