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

By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 2 of a 2-part article. Read Part 1 here. Super Elastic, Super Fantastic Membrane There’s another turn in the story though, and it’s one I’ve touched on in previous posts. This membrane that the organization uses to connect with its environment is made up of people, but it isn’t just limited to the employees of the organization. “Orders of engagement” is a framework for extending the membrane to include customers and partners who are also engaged in the work of the organization. First-order engagement is management engaging employees in …

The Biology of Organizational Intelligence – It’s People – Part 2 Read More »

By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 2 of a 2-part article. Read Part 1 here. Super Elastic, Super Fantastic Membrane There’s another turn in the story though, and it’s one I’ve touched on in previous posts. This membrane that the organization uses to connect with its environment is made up of people, but it isn’t …

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

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This Editorial is going to be short and to the point. It’s going to express Enlivening Edge’s Evolutionary Purpose in a new context. Our evolutionary purpose is stated as Catalyzing relationships among innovators who are accelerating the evolution of organizations and social systems for human and environmental thriving. The past few years have been very different from previous years, for most people. To one degree or another, it seems as if many are discouraged, confused, disoriented, weary, apathetic, apprehensive, or disengaged. They have no understanding, no control. They can’t find the energy to …

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editorial April 2022 – Be Uplifted by Realistically Positive People Read More »

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This Editorial is going to be short and to the point. It’s going to express Enlivening Edge’s Evolutionary Purpose in a new context. Our evolutionary purpose is stated as Catalyzing relationships among innovators who are accelerating the evolution of organizations and social systems for human and environmental thriving. The past few years have …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Mar 22

By Doug Breitbart and originally published on medium.com I was having a catch-up conversation with a friend of many years. As long as I have known him, he has had the super-ability to attract and gather people of like interests and talents together, in groups, without projection or agenda, to explore and create together. I suspect all who serve in the organizational change or organizational development business, whether in-house, coach, or a consultant, have at one time or another joined such a gathering. He shared with me a story about his most recent project. There was initial enthusiasm of all …

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By Doug Breitbart and originally published on medium.com I was having a catch-up conversation with a friend of many years. As long as I have known him, he has had the super-ability to attract and gather people of like interests and talents together, in groups, without projection or agenda, to explore and create together. I suspect all who serve in …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Aug 20

by Madina Knight, Loomio StorytellerCase Study | The Refugee Buddy Project Hastings, Rother & Weladen (TRBP) is celebrating universal humanity by welcoming and supporting newly arriving refugees to their UK town and using Loomio to organize their rapidly growing group.When Rossana Leal fled Chile in the 1970s, her mum told her they were “headed for a land where giant men wear skirts”. Soon after, they arrived as refugees in Scotland to a chorus of bagpipers wearing kilts.This warm reception was hugely impactful for the family who had just endured years of fear and uncertainty amongst political unrest. Now, years later, Rossana works …

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by Madina Knight, Loomio StorytellerCase Study | The Refugee Buddy Project Hastings, Rother & Weladen (TRBP) is celebrating universal humanity by welcoming and supporting newly arriving refugees to their UK town and using Loomio to organize their rapidly growing group.When Rossana Leal fled Chile in the 1970s, her mum told her they were “headed for a land where giant men wear …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Aug 20

by Madina Knight, Loomio StorytellerCase Study | The Refugee Buddy Project Hastings, Rother & Weladen (TRBP) is celebrating universal humanity by welcoming and supporting newly arriving refugees to their UK town and using Loomio to organize their rapidly growing group.When Rossana Leal fled Chile in the 1970s, her mum told her they were “headed for a land where giant men wear skirts”. Soon after, they arrived as refugees in Scotland to a chorus of bagpipers wearing kilts.This warm reception was hugely impactful for the family who had just endured years of fear and uncertainty amongst political unrest. Now, years later, Rossana works …

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by Madina Knight, Loomio StorytellerCase Study | The Refugee Buddy Project Hastings, Rother & Weladen (TRBP) is celebrating universal humanity by welcoming and supporting newly arriving refugees to their UK town and using Loomio to organize their rapidly growing group.When Rossana Leal fled Chile in the 1970s, her mum told her they were “headed for a land where giant men wear …

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