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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Apr 22

By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I discovered Holacracy, a method for running an organization differently (these days it’s called self-organization or self-management). I went all-in. I got trained, wrote a book (Dutch, English), and co-founded a company. I became one of those pesky evangelists that believe their method is the …

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By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Mar 22

By Andreea G. Petruse and Carlo Monsanto for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the current evolution of living organizations, we have a unique opportunity to mature our connection to ourselves, our purpose, and one another. We can begin to remember that our work can be an extension of what we love in life, what we wish to wholeheartedly offer life, and we can wake up in the morning bringing our soul to work. To achieve this, we must sincerely ask ourselves and each other: What motivates you? For next-stage organizations, the whole of our humanity is of the essence; it defines …

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By Andreea G. Petruse and Carlo Monsanto for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the current evolution of living organizations, we have a unique opportunity to mature our connection to ourselves, our purpose, and one another. We can begin to remember that our work can be an extension of what we love in life, what we wish to wholeheartedly offer life, and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jan 22

If you want to take a shortcut, this blog is launching an explainer on vector theory of change—a theory of change for complex systems. *** Imagine standing at the base of a mountain. As you look up, the mist rises into a thick fog obscuring the terrain in front of you. You’re holding a map in your hands. It is scant of detail; it only shows key landmarks/milestones along the way with almost no indication of the type of terrain. There is only one path illustrated on the map and it leads straight up the mountain. It’s not easy to …

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If you want to take a shortcut, this blog is launching an explainer on vector theory of change—a theory of change for complex systems. *** Imagine standing at the base of a mountain. As you look up, the mist rises into a thick fog obscuring the terrain in front of you. You’re holding a map in your hands. It is …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Nov 21

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at reinventingorganizations.com This is tenth and last in a series Striving for Wholeness, exploring what Wholeness looks like in the workplace. The other videos in the series can be found here. Not everyone will feel comfortable with the invitation to show up more fully. There might be valuable information hidden in their resistance to your invitation. Could it be that your invitation is more than an invitation? Or that your invitation is disconnected from the work in the organization? 7 mins 45 secs Comment guidelines on the original article: “My hope is for the comments below the video …

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By Frederic Laloux and originally published at reinventingorganizations.com This is tenth and last in a series Striving for Wholeness, exploring what Wholeness looks like in the workplace. The other videos in the series can be found here. Not everyone will feel comfortable with the invitation to show up more fully. There might be valuable information hidden in their resistance to your …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Oct 21

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine*  “The only constant, permanent thing in life is change itself.” ∌Heraclitus, Ancient Greek Philosopher Constant change is tough for people who aren’t used to it and have no specific skills for dealing with change itself. Yet changing with resilience is a habit, capacity, or skillset people can cultivate. We organizational innovators have experienced a thing or two about the process of adapting to frequent change. Our challenge is whether we’ve learned enough from our experience to play a helpful role for humanity in current times. What resilience skills learned from our work as …

EE Magazine Editorial October 2021 – Old Normal, New Normal, No Normal – except Change Read More »

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine*  “The only constant, permanent thing in life is change itself.” ∌Heraclitus, Ancient Greek Philosopher Constant change is tough for people who aren’t used to it and have no specific skills for dealing with change itself. Yet changing with resilience is a habit, capacity, or skillset people can cultivate. We organizational innovators have experienced …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Mar 21

A target audience of cocreators?As part of my work with the Cocreation Foundation, I am writing a book about global cocreation. And I constantly get asked: “What is the target audience for this book?”Honestly? I don’t know! At least not in a conventional sense. I am not writing a book for a specific market or a target audience whose needs and desires I claim to know and serve. I am writing a book I feel is necessary to write because it is my contribution to the process we are in as humanity at this particular time in history.Having said that: of course, …

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A target audience of cocreators?As part of my work with the Cocreation Foundation, I am writing a book about global cocreation. And I constantly get asked: “What is the target audience for this book?”Honestly? I don’t know! At least not in a conventional sense. I am not writing a book for a specific market or a target audience whose needs and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Mar 21

A target audience of cocreators?As part of my work with the Cocreation Foundation, I am writing a book about global cocreation. And I constantly get asked: “What is the target audience for this book?”Honestly? I don’t know! At least not in a conventional sense. I am not writing a book for a specific market or a target audience whose needs and desires I claim to know and serve. I am writing a book I feel is necessary to write because it is my contribution to the process we are in as humanity at this particular time in history.Having said that: of course, …

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A target audience of cocreators?As part of my work with the Cocreation Foundation, I am writing a book about global cocreation. And I constantly get asked: “What is the target audience for this book?”Honestly? I don’t know! At least not in a conventional sense. I am not writing a book for a specific market or a target audience whose needs and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jul 20

I have been seeing one small piece of the landscape, a branch of a forest.Continue reading on Medium »

I have been seeing one small piece of the landscape, a branch of a forest.Continue reading on Medium »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jul 20

I have been seeing one small piece of the landscape, a branch of a forest.Continue reading on Medium »

I have been seeing one small piece of the landscape, a branch of a forest.Continue reading on Medium »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 20

We are living in a world in which it is a given that one should not bother caring about things that cannot be changed.Continue reading on Medium »

We are living in a world in which it is a given that one should not bother caring about things that cannot be changed.Continue reading on Medium »


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