Biomimicry – A Sustainable Solution for Future

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  • General Manager (Operations), Tata Steel Limited ,IN
  • Head (Mine & Production Planning), Tata Steel Limited ,IN


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The Firm of the Past is no longer fit for the purpose. Firms of the past, and the economies in which they operate, have become brittle and retrograde. We are now entering the decade of transformation, and transformational times call for transformational changes. This decade will be about winding down the unsustainable business models of the 20th century and evolving new 21st century business models that are fit for purpose. In the firm of the future, the essence of the business is social, economic and environmental value-creation that emerges from core values based on a common sense of purpose, a holistic understanding of value and values, and impacts to the social, economic and environmental dimensions of the world.

It is our belief that those organizations which re-shape themselves using nature’s wisdom will flourish through the enormous opportunities these volatile times bring. It is our belief that the firm of the future is a business inspired by nature. A business inspired by nature follows the successful principles, strategies, and practices developed by and used within nature. In short: Nature has had over 3 billion years to figure out what works and what doesn’t – evolution eliminates unsuccessful strategies. A business inspired by nature is resilient and can leverage myriad unpredictable disturbances. A business inspired by nature operates like nature, where waste is food, form fits function, consumption adds value, productivity is optimized, and self-interest benefits the system.


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Satija, P., & Behera, D. (2022). Biomimicry – A Sustainable Solution for Future. Journal of Mines, Metals and Fuels, 64(10), 548–553. Retrieved from



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