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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Feb 24

Last week, Penny Heiple and I went to Putumayo for a special gathering of territorial foundations from different parts of Colombia. We were among local organizing teams from Barichara, Bogota, El Tambo, Florencia, Medellin, Montes de Maria, and Putumayo — each at different stages in their own process to establish a territorial foundation for their local communities.The event was organized by the territorial foundation Putumayo Florece and the national support organization TerritoriA: Territories in Action. We came as representatives from the team in Barichara that has been working on regeneration at the territorial scale since 2020.Movement Map for Territorial Foundations of ColombiaIt is difficult

Last week, Penny Heiple and I went to Putumayo for a special gathering of territorial foundations from different parts of Colombia. We were among local organizing teams from Barichara, Bogota, El Tambo, Florencia, Medellin, Montes de Maria, and Putumayo — each at different stages in their own process to establish a territorial foundation for their local communities.The event was organized by the


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Jan 24

Marcus Druen interviews Elvin Turner,  originally published at https://leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 12 minutes 45 seconds Listen here. Today I am speaking with Elvin Turner. Elvin is an award-winning innovation expert and associate professor of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing for MBA and executive education programmes. He has coached hundreds of corporate innovation initiatives around the world, coaching leaders in some of the world’s most innovative organisations in the finance, technology, music, drinks and publishing industries to overcome the many barriers that they face when trying to turn new ideas into action. His new book is called “Be Less Zombie: How great

Marcus Druen interviews Elvin Turner,  originally published at https://leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 12 minutes 45 seconds Listen here. Today I am speaking with Elvin Turner. Elvin is an award-winning innovation expert and associate professor of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing for MBA and executive education programmes. He has coached hundreds of corporate innovation initiatives around the world, coaching leaders in some of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Dec 23

Birthing of Bioregional Learning Centers :: A Learning JourneyOne of our great challenges in the world today is learning how to live in place as part of the tapestry of living systems. In the midst of accelerating breakdown and collapse, our education systems are grossly inadequate to the context we are in now. It is time to re-imagine human existence as place-based expressions of unique culture and ecology — or said another way, we need to become bioregional.The Design School for Regenerating Earth was created to support learning exchanges within and among landscapes where regenerative work is being done on the ground. We are

Birthing of Bioregional Learning Centers :: A Learning JourneyOne of our great challenges in the world today is learning how to live in place as part of the tapestry of living systems. In the midst of accelerating breakdown and collapse, our education systems are grossly inadequate to the context we are in now. It is time to re-imagine human existence as place-based


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Oct 23

This is a transcript of ‘Episode 3 – A simple 3-step recipe for success’ by Adam Dorr. The entire series is available on YouTube. The book on which the series is based, “Brighter: Optimism, Progress, and the Future of Environmentalism” is available on Amazon. Hi everyone, Adam Dorr from RethinkX here. Thanks for joining me. In this video, we’re going to continue exploring how to rethink solving environmental problems through the lens of new technology and disruption. So, let’s dive right in. Environmental problems are real and they’re serious, but they are solvable with a simple three-step approach.   A

This is a transcript of ‘Episode 3 – A simple 3-step recipe for success’ by Adam Dorr. The entire series is available on YouTube. The book on which the series is based, “Brighter: Optimism, Progress, and the Future of Environmentalism” is available on Amazon. Hi everyone, Adam Dorr from RethinkX here. Thanks for joining me. In this video, we’re going


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 23

We are excited to announce a new community membership that makes it even easier to join the <a href="http://I am excited to share that it is even easier to join the Design School — with a new community membership level that is very affordable. Please join us and help spread the word. All who want to regenerate the Earth can come together around the regeneration of bioregions. Onward, fellow humans. Design School for Regenerating Earth. Now you can access all of our online learning resources and participate in bioregional activations for as little as $5/month.Choose Between Two Levels of MembershipThe

We are excited to announce a new community membership that makes it even easier to join the <a href="http://I am excited to share that it is even easier to join the Design School — with a new community membership level that is very affordable. Please join us and help spread the word. All who want to regenerate the Earth can


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jun 21

I’m going to assume that everyone who frequents this blog and is a regular reader of Dave’s work is very familiar with general concepts of evolution, both as a biological fact and as a metaphor. In the Cynefin framework, evolution appears most prominently in exaptive practice, associated with the complex domain. Exaptation in that context is defined as radical repurposing and it is key to how innovation often happens in complexity. The term exaptation was proposed as an additional process to adaptation by the evolutionary biologist (and a personal favourite) Stephen Jay Gould, most famously outlined in a 1982 essay

I’m going to assume that everyone who frequents this blog and is a regular reader of Dave’s work is very familiar with general concepts of evolution, both as a biological fact and as a metaphor. In the Cynefin framework, evolution appears most prominently in exaptive practice, associated with the complex domain. Exaptation in that context is defined as radical repurposing


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jun 21

Anthro complexity I’m going to assume that everyone who frequents this blog and is a regular reader of Dave’s work is very familiar with general concepts of evolution, both as a biological fact and as a metaphor. In the Cynefin framework, evolution appears most prominently in exaptive practice, associated with the complex domain. Exaptation in that context is defined as radical repurposing and it is key to how innovation often happens in complexity. The term exaptation was proposed as an additional process to adaptation by the evolutionary biologist (and a personal favourite) Stephen Jay Gould, most famously outlined in a

Anthro complexity I’m going to assume that everyone who frequents this blog and is a regular reader of Dave’s work is very familiar with general concepts of evolution, both as a biological fact and as a metaphor. In the Cynefin framework, evolution appears most prominently in exaptive practice, associated with the complex domain. Exaptation in that context is defined as


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