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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Mar 22

By Stephan Grabmeier and originally published at https://stephangrabmeier.de/bani-versus-vuca/ We live in a VUCA world: this summary used to hit the nail on the head during the last few decades. Through this lens, however, we no longer can derive useful information from this model. Instead, we seem to face chaos larger than VUCA – in politics, global warming and the current pandemic, any many other spheres of life. For future purposes, I therefore would like to propose that we apply the BANI acronym instead of VUCA. The meaning of each component of this new word – B:rittle, A:nxious, N:on-linear and I:ncomprehensible …

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By Stephan Grabmeier and originally published at https://stephangrabmeier.de/bani-versus-vuca/ We live in a VUCA world: this summary used to hit the nail on the head during the last few decades. Through this lens, however, we no longer can derive useful information from this model. Instead, we seem to face chaos larger than VUCA – in politics, global warming and the current …

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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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