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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 24

By Alia “Lia” Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Enlivening Edge Community Hub opened its doors to everyone a year ago. Now we celebrate that anniversary and also the end of the ninth year of Enlivening Edge itself! Enjoy reading milestones and reflections on those nine years in our recent 50th Editorial. The current Partners at Enlivening Edge spent a year creating the Hub: making online-platform decisions, creating a unique self-governance system, creating a uniquely warm and personalized Welcome and Orientation Program, designing innovative features such as a Concierge. Then followed over half a year of working with a self-selected group

By Alia “Lia” Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Enlivening Edge Community Hub opened its doors to everyone a year ago. Now we celebrate that anniversary and also the end of the ninth year of Enlivening Edge itself! Enjoy reading milestones and reflections on those nine years in our recent 50th Editorial. The current Partners at Enlivening Edge spent a year


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Feb 24

These reflections were stimulated by Life at Work Weekly newsletter Thursday, February 22, 2024 Issue #257 from Dr. Claudia Gross available here. When you as a leader in your organization are considering any big organizational change, how do you present the context of this change? What is the bigger picture for where this change is going? Is there a consciously held trajectory that the changes represent or are they just crisis management or pet foci of management leaders? We at Enlivening Edge see the Reinventing Organizations (RO) framework  and trajectory as having the most detailed and explicit framework and trajectory,

These reflections were stimulated by Life at Work Weekly newsletter Thursday, February 22, 2024 Issue #257 from Dr. Claudia Gross available here. When you as a leader in your organization are considering any big organizational change, how do you present the context of this change? What is the bigger picture for where this change is going? Is there a consciously


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine “If you build it, they will come.” A popular 1989 US movie gave rise to this optimistic saying. In “Field of Dreams” Kevin Costner played a farmer who listened to a whispered inspiration to build a baseball field on some of his cropland. He did this, at risk of being thought crazy, and of financial ruin. The end of the movie shows a line of hundreds of cars wending their way toward the ballfield. Similarly, Enlivening Edge has heard inspiring whispers in our more than eight years of overview of and service to

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine “If you build it, they will come.” A popular 1989 US movie gave rise to this optimistic saying. In “Field of Dreams” Kevin Costner played a farmer who listened to a whispered inspiration to build a baseball field on some of his cropland. He did this, at risk of being thought crazy, and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Oct 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is our 50th Editorial! We have completed 100 months of continuous publishing! High fives with all of the dozens of wonderful people who were and are dedicated to bringing you news from the r-evolution in organizations happening worldwide since the 2014 publication of Frederic Laloux’s book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations from the Next Stage of Human Consciousness. It has now been translated into 19 languages, sold over 800,000 copies worldwide, and is available in many formats, including multiple translations of the Illustrated (simpler) version. We at Enlivening Edge see

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is our 50th Editorial! We have completed 100 months of continuous publishing! High fives with all of the dozens of wonderful people who were and are dedicated to bringing you news from the r-evolution in organizations happening worldwide since the 2014 publication of Frederic Laloux’s book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Aug 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the June Editorial we announced Enlivening Edge’s brand new unique and full-featured online community now available to you. Next-stage organizational innovators are settling in and the place is getting rich and lively! Opening of the Community Hub now makes possible the fulfillment of a long-held wish of hosts and participants in Enlivening Edge’s much-loved twice-monthly hosted Zoom Community Conversations. Since Will Van Inwagen founded this offering by EE in 2016, hundreds of folks from dozens of countries have felt the warm, welcoming vibe and easy sense of belonging in this safe space

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the June Editorial we announced Enlivening Edge’s brand new unique and full-featured online community now available to you. Next-stage organizational innovators are settling in and the place is getting rich and lively! Opening of the Community Hub now makes possible the fulfillment of a long-held wish of hosts and participants in Enlivening


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Aug 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the June Editorial we announced Enlivening Edge’s brand new unique and full-featured online community now available to you. Next-stage organizational innovators are settling in and the place is getting rich and lively! Opening of the Community Hub now makes possible the fulfillment of a long-held wish of hosts and participants in Enlivening Edge’s much-loved twice-monthly hosted Zoom Community Conversations. Since Will Van Inwagen founded this offering by EE in 2016, hundreds of folks from dozens of countries have felt the warm, welcoming vibe and easy sense of belonging in this safe space

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine In the June Editorial we announced Enlivening Edge’s brand new unique and full-featured online community now available to you. Next-stage organizational innovators are settling in and the place is getting rich and lively! Opening of the Community Hub now makes possible the fulfillment of a long-held wish of hosts and participants in Enlivening


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 23

By Alia “Lia” Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine How could Enlivening Edge Community Hub support your work? Available for you now! Enlivening Edge is adding a powerful new online space for you to leverage the power of personal connections to accomplish your purpose of reinventing work. Our Evolutionary Purpose includes helping you find peers, form relationships, and be resources for one another in transforming organizations to be both effective and human-centered. Since 2015 we’ve enabled authors and readers to become more powerful change agents by sharing knowledge and experience through EE Magazine. Since 2017 we’ve provided live Community Conversations where

By Alia “Lia” Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine How could Enlivening Edge Community Hub support your work? Available for you now! Enlivening Edge is adding a powerful new online space for you to leverage the power of personal connections to accomplish your purpose of reinventing work. Our Evolutionary Purpose includes helping you find peers, form relationships, and be resources for


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Apr 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine When you were a preschooler, you probably answered that question with how many years old you were, right? But now that you’re bigger, the question gets another kind of answer. What I’m asking you here is in relation to your work. All of these questions are the same question about how big you are: If you and your work are the center of some concentric circles of greater or lesser directness of interaction, how many folks are in the larger circles, and how could you relate more directly to some of them? How

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine When you were a preschooler, you probably answered that question with how many years old you were, right? But now that you’re bigger, the question gets another kind of answer. What I’m asking you here is in relation to your work. All of these questions are the same question about how big you


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