Sep 15, 2021 | General, Information Portal, News, Sustainability

Thank you to everyone who joined ‘Baker’ Robin Donald and his wife Chiara’s very interesting seminar on Business Game Theory. It was a highly enjoyable way to learn about how we can apply this relevant topic today.


About the project

“The Renaissance Series – Sustainable Human Development” is a powerful series of webinars focusing on the individual and the new set of challenges we are all faced with as we operate in the new professional environment that has recently undergone significant twists and shifts. Covid, Brexit and a series of globally relevant social issues have contributed to changing the way we work, the way we communicate, the way we make decisions, in ways that no one had anticipated and without warning or time to prepare.

Dealing with what some called the “new normal” is not just a matter of how good we are at using new technological tools, but it encompasses a wide spectrum of little things which, combined, have the power of making our lives better or worse and impact on our ability to reach personal and professional goals.

With the Renaissance series, the Chamber aims at giving its members fresh, applicable and effective means of rising to the challenge and maximize one’s potential by selecting and engaging experts from each field who are uniquely equipped to provide the participants with food for thought and opportunities of individual human growth.

14 September 2021 17:00-18:00

Episode 2

Speaker: Robin Donald

A control engineer by profession, Robin Donald has for many years been a consultant in business development. Along with his wife, Chiara, they provide consultancy and training via Business Game Theory.

In our internet-driven world we enjoy and increasingly depend on our hyper-connected environment, but the complexity of the interactions in our work and domestic lives isn’t always easy to untangle: a game-theoretical approach can frequently shine a light on complex dilemmas. In this episode of The Renaissance Series Robin and Chiara will examine some of these cases and let you consider various solutions. The approach will be highly interactive, as the audience will participate in a multi-player non-competitive game, led by the Speaker. Through this unique opportunity you will be able to participate in a highly enjoyable and informative session illustrating the role of game theory in present-day social dilemmas.