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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Apr 22

Written collectively for Enlivening Edge Magazine This year we ask the core “calling question:” “What are the unimagined possibilities in our future of work?”. Exploring new ways for us to work is at the heart of our annual upcoming global Future of Work 24 Hours unconference May 12th & 13th. The initial call back in 2020 was to “Explore Our Potential for Disruption”. In those early days of pandemic-induced remote work, the vision for a global, remote Open Space event which would span all time zones emerged, and the Future of Work 24 Hours was born. Founders April Jefferson and …

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Written collectively for Enlivening Edge Magazine This year we ask the core “calling question:” “What are the unimagined possibilities in our future of work?”. Exploring new ways for us to work is at the heart of our annual upcoming global Future of Work 24 Hours unconference May 12th & 13th. The initial call back in 2020 was to “Explore Our …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Apr 22

By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube #strategy #entreprenuership #scaling Organizations plan in two ways: predicting the future and then aiming to control outcomes or sensing what’s changing and responding accordingly. The former continues to rule the day, but progressive leaders see that predictions have become less reliable. With this knowledge, they are shifting how their organizations set strategy. In this video, Lead Together co-authors Brent Lowe, Susan Basterfield and Travis Marsh share insights into how self-managing organizations adopt a bold approach to strategy. They discuss: – Sense and respond vs predict and control in strategy – …

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By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube #strategy #entreprenuership #scaling Organizations plan in two ways: predicting the future and then aiming to control outcomes or sensing what’s changing and responding accordingly. The former continues to rule the day, but progressive leaders see that predictions have become less reliable. With this knowledge, they are shifting how their organizations …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Mar 22

Lisa Gill interviews Kate Beecroft, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 56 minutes 36 seconds Listen here. Kate Beecroft works on ecosystem and community building at Centrifuge, the decentralised asset financing protocol. She has been involved in Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) since 2018 and brings to them her experience of self-managing organisations as the co-founder of Greaterthan and a long-time member of Enspiral. We talk about common critiques of DAOs and Web3, as well as how we could share learning more across the worlds of self-managing organisations, DAOs and cooperatives. For listeners totally new to the world of DAOs and Web3, here …

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Lisa Gill interviews Kate Beecroft, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 56 minutes 36 seconds Listen here. Kate Beecroft works on ecosystem and community building at Centrifuge, the decentralised asset financing protocol. She has been involved in Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) since 2018 and brings to them her experience of self-managing organisations as the co-founder of Greaterthan and a long-time member of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Jan 22

Read the article in DutchVisual by Kelvy BirdDear Friends, as we enter the new year, I would like to take a moment to reflect on 2021 and to set the intention for 2022. What did we learn in 2021? Three things stand out for me.Humility. Whatever we thought or predicted would happen in 2021 probably changed multiple times over the course of the year. Starting with the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, the accelerated impact of climate change, not to mention Delta and Omicron, time and again we saw that reality keeps changing around us. Our established concepts and ways …

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Read the article in DutchVisual by Kelvy BirdDear Friends, as we enter the new year, I would like to take a moment to reflect on 2021 and to set the intention for 2022. What did we learn in 2021? Three things stand out for me.Humility. Whatever we thought or predicted would happen in 2021 probably changed multiple times over the course of the …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Nov 21

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine You, yes you, right where you are now. What news related to next-stage organizations are you aware of and taking for granted? Could it be the very thing that inspires someone across the world to start something, or keeps them going when they’re getting discouraged, or motivates them to share their own successes and challenges? Enlivening Edge Magazine now has a free library of over 1270 articles that can inspire, support, motivate, teach, and support you. They represent people in 34 countries [1} over the last 6 years, talking about the journeys, successes, …

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By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine You, yes you, right where you are now. What news related to next-stage organizations are you aware of and taking for granted? Could it be the very thing that inspires someone across the world to start something, or keeps them going when they’re getting discouraged, or motivates them to share their own successes …

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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: 25 Aug 21

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine If you’ve been feeling slowed down, blah, apathetic, perhaps from summer (or winter) and/or from various things going on in the world, here is some good news of real-world happenings to lift your vision, your spirits, and enliven your edge moving into September and beyond. The inspiration for this sharing is the June 2021 EE Magazine Editorial which presented the metaphor that your endeavors might be living under, on, or as a bridge to the future. I’d like to look at a representative sample of articles from EE Magazine published in August so …

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By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine If you’ve been feeling slowed down, blah, apathetic, perhaps from summer (or winter) and/or from various things going on in the world, here is some good news of real-world happenings to lift your vision, your spirits, and enliven your edge moving into September and beyond. The inspiration for this sharing is the June …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Feb 21

Challenging perceptions of time and place to enhance climate change engagement through museumsLong Now co-founder Brian Eno in front of his 77 Million Paintings generative artwork (02007).By Henry McGhie*, Sarah Mander**, Asher Minns***AbstractThis article proposes that applying time-related concepts in museum exhibitions and events can contribute constructively to people’s engagement with climate change. Climate change now and future presents particular challenges as it is perceived to be psychologically distant. The link between this distance and effective climate action is complex and presents an opportunity for museums, as sites where psychological distance can be explored in safe, consequence-free ways. This paper explores how museums …

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Challenging perceptions of time and place to enhance climate change engagement through museumsLong Now co-founder Brian Eno in front of his 77 Million Paintings generative artwork (02007).By Henry McGhie*, Sarah Mander**, Asher Minns***AbstractThis article proposes that applying time-related concepts in museum exhibitions and events can contribute constructively to people’s engagement with climate change. Climate change now and future presents particular challenges as it …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Oct 20

An interview with Vincent Ialenti, author of Deep Time ReckoningInside Finland’s Olkiluoto nuclear waste repository, 1,500 feet underground. Photo Credit: Peter GuenzelWith half-lives ranging from 30 to 24,000, or even 16 million years, the radioactive elements in nuclear waste defy our typical operating time frames. The questions around nuclear waste storage — how to keep it safe from those who might wish to weaponize it, where to store it, by what methods, for how long, and with what markings, if any, to warn humans who might stumble upon it thousands of years in the future — require long-term thinking.These questions brought the anthropologist Vincent Ialenti …

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An interview with Vincent Ialenti, author of Deep Time ReckoningInside Finland’s Olkiluoto nuclear waste repository, 1,500 feet underground. Photo Credit: Peter GuenzelWith half-lives ranging from 30 to 24,000, or even 16 million years, the radioactive elements in nuclear waste defy our typical operating time frames. The questions around nuclear waste storage — how to keep it safe from those who might wish to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Oct 20

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium »

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium »


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