Vaduz, 1 May 2022, JB

WSF 2022

Our annual World Systemic Forum aims to connect people across disciplines and generations to encourage them to rethink.

This year’s WSF is titled “The Penumbra – the half-shadow” and we are looking forward to opening up discussions about how we can step out from the half shadow and into the light. Our agenda for the day is set, our mission is infinite and our network is growing. The next World Systemic Forum will take place on May 21, 2022.

Hosted within the bunker of THE HUS.mountain in Flums, Switzerland, the WSF aims to adopt the global challenges that we are faced with and bring together forward-thinking minds in igniting global shifts and encouraging change.

Panels are led by some of the most influential thinkers of our day; where the hard topics are brought to table and an environment of no questions going unasked is celebrated. This year we dive deep into the topics surrounding the potential of Data and possible sustainable incentives for Systemic Change. 

Roundtable 1: The power of Data

Causality is key to set information into perspective and wisdom emerges when the right conclusions are drawn from it. Drawing the right conclusions from data enables us to see and understand the consequences of our society’s doings and opens up the opportunity to go new ways. Let us connect topics, people and initiatives in order to collectively work on data-driven, enhanced future realities. 


  • Hardy Schloer | Inventor of the Cloud Computing Technology & SDG Knowledge Vault 
  • Rumman Chowdhury | Head of Ethics, Transparency, and Accountability at Twitter
  • Wolfgang Fengler | Lead Economist of the World Bank & World Data Lab Founder
  • Iveta Lohovska | Global AI and Data Center of Excellence at Hewlett Packard Enterprise 
  • Roland Schatz | President of the UN SGII Foundation 
  • Vilas Dhar | President of the McGovern Foundation  
  • Dalith Steiger | Founder of SwissCognitive 

Roundtable 2: Sustainable incentives for systems change

The System Change Foundation envisions the future as triggering best behavior through sustainable incentives and autonomous systems. There will be more knowledge and more dynamics; and great potential lies in new organizational forms and in creating new self-sustaining marketplaces-with a similar efficiency to how we manage data today. Instead of suggesting its own solutions, The System Change Foundation brings like-minded individuals and organizations together to envision new bias-free realities.


Our gathering is funded by The System Change Foundation and is by invite only. If you feel like you could add value to our day, please add yourself to our waiting list to become a potential WSF 2022 candidate. 

We are very much looking forward to it!