“A Good Disruption makes a compelling case for redefining economic prosperity, unlocking creativity and kickstarting regenerative cycles in the digital age.”

Ellen MacArthur, Founder, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

“The authors make a convincing argument for the need for disruptive intervention, via technology and innovation, in order to move towards more sustainable models that enable the symbiotic thriving of economy with nature. As I have been a longtime proponent of innovation to curb poverty and inequality, I am very happy to see the authors illustrate how, through well-thought-out plans and designs for a better future, such issues might be achieved.”

Muhammad Yunus

“This book will most likely transform each and every reader.”

Anders Wijkman, Co-president of the Club of Rome

“What is actually often seen as a threat, the authors turn into something positive: Modern, disruptive technologies as a viable solution to the major challenges of the future and a much more sustainable economy. This engaging perspective on future growth is quite surprising, very knowledgeable, and above all well told with a lot of case studies and insightful examples from around the world. My clear recommendation for this inspiring view – you will read this book with great profit!”

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Reitzle, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Linde AG and of Continental AG

“Makes a compelling case for the new models of production and consumption we must surely develop.”

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA

“The authors provide guidance on how we could harness current changes to create more sustainable growth and a more inclusive society. An inspiring read.”

Dr. Nikolaus von Bomhard, CEO of Munich Re

“This book is both thought-provoking and challenging, and should be read by every business leader and politician.”

John Allan, Chair of London First, Tesco and Barratt Developments

“A Good Disruption is the best reading for helping us to fix a broken compass.”

Janez Potocnik, Co-chair UNEP International Resource Panel

“This well-written book should be read by anyone who wants a prosperous and environmentally sustainable world.”

Adair Turner

“A must-read for all who want to change this world for the better.”

Dr. Jürgen Hambrecht, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, BASF

“Inspired and inspirational … in its portrayal of what we can do and create if we anticipate, think, design and organize. It is beautifully written by those who know how to deliver as well as how to analyse. It is a tremendous achievement.”

Nicholas Stern, IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government, London School of Economics and President of the British Academy

“An essential eye-opening book for the urgently-needed paradigm shift away from the depleting economic models of today, and towards a more positive dynamic for the economy, natural resources and people.”

Antoine Frérot, Chairman and CEO, Veolia

“A Good Disruption convincingly argues that, to reconcile growth, planetary boundaries and human wellbeing, we have to step into the engine room of our industrial system and make it net positive by design. The good news is that this is no longer a dream – but a choice. A choice we must make.”

Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever

Meet the authors

Martin R. Stuchtey

Martin R. Stuchtey is founder and managing partner of SystemiQ Ltd, a specialist for large-scale environmental programs. Previously, he worked at McKinsey in various leadership positions, most recently as Director of the Center for Business & Environment. He is a strategic advisor to the World Economic Forum and a professor for resource strategies.

Per-Anders Enkvist

Per-Anders Enkvist was a consultant with McKinsey for 15 years, for the last seven of which he was a partner in its sustainability practice. He was the global leader of McKinsey's work on climate change and a co-leader of its work on the circular economy. Per-Anders recently founded his own consultancy, Material Economics.

Klaus Zumwinkel

Klaus Zumwinkel is President of the Deutsche Post Foundation and its SUN Institute Environment and Sustainability. He was CEO of the German postal service, now Deutsche Post DHL, and senior partner at McKinsey. He also served on numerous boards, including Lufthansa, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Telekom.

Early Bird Discount Offer – 30% Off


This month we launch the book A Good Disruption. And to celebrate the event, we are offering readers the chance to get a 30% discount if they order before December 2016.


Ellen Macarthur Foundation Acceleration Workshop – October 12th


One of the authors of A Good Disruption (Martin Stuchtey) will be speaking about his book at the Ellen Macarthur Foundation Acceleration workshop on October 12th. This Two-day workshops held twice a year focus on promoting cross-company and cross-sector collaboration.