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Sustainable Learning Revolutions

Nov 26 13

Sustainable Learning Revolutions

How foundations, trusts and NGOs can deepen their learning to create greater impact together I wonder if a few hundred years from now people will look back at our time and think: Hey, that's when we really started to learn. I don't mean...

Lessons From the Wild: Deep Capacities for Change

Oct 24 13

Lessons From the Wild: Deep Capacities for Change

Last summer I took part in a Sacred Passage programme with John P. Milton . Milton is perhaps best known for influencing people such as Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer and Joseph Jaworski with their work on change and leadership. Here, I share some of my...

Change through nature: a 24-hour solo in the wild

Nov 13 12

Change through nature: a 24-hour solo in the wild

In their book ‘Presence’, learning professionals Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, Joseph Jaworski and Betty Flowers discuss the power of doing ‘solos’ in nature. A length of time spent alone in nature; an ancient ritual that rediscovered for its transformative power. In this account, Jaworski...

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De meest wendbare organisatie is een ‘organiseren’

Nov 24 11

De meest wendbare organisatie is een ‘organiseren’

Er hangt iets in de lucht….! Het is tijd voor frisse en andere organisatievormen en –aanpakken. Slow Management vierde bijvoorbeeld het Taylor jaar -100 jaar na Taylor is er zoveel veranderd in de uitdagingen die op organisaties afkomen, dat het tijd is voor een nieuwe...

Creative Perspectives on Knowledge Management

Jun 19 11

By: Andres Roberts | Category: Inspiration
Creative Perspectives on Knowledge Management

In March 2011, I had the pleasure of being invited by Nancy Dixon in Washington DC - joining two other Knowledge Management stars Nick Milton and Karl Wiig – on a ‘Deep Dive’ to support international health organisations in Knowledge Management. It was a fantastic workshop with great learning and connections made. Here I sum up some of the ideas I shared (you can also download the pdf file here). On the importance of story, play, imagination and visioning.

Taking part in the HCI M-prize – a story of management revolutions

Mar 18 11

Taking part in the HCI M-prize – a story of management revolutions

Over the past few months we’ve had lots of fun sharing the K&S story through the MIX competition partnered by the Human Capital Institute. As we know, we got through to the semi-finals – here is what happened next!

K&S: an inspiring organisational model! Semi-finals HCI M-prize

Feb 11 11

K&S: an inspiring organisational model! Semi-finals HCI M-prize

We are truly delighted: our Kessels & Smit story has been chosen as one of the ten most ‘inspiring, challenging and surprising’ examples of innovation in management from around the globe.

This was announced as we were selected into the semi-finals of the HCI M-prize - a prestigious competition with judges such as Gary Hamel, Marcus Buckingham and other pioneering minds in organisational and management development.

The Shift From Command To Ownership With Teachers In Azerbaijan

Jan 20 11

The Shift From Command To Ownership With Teachers In Azerbaijan

How do you prepare Azeri teachers to provide lessons on Democracy for their pupils? Since we believe you can only learn about democracy - how it works, what it asks of you as a citizen - by experiencing it, we made a Game for Caucasus youth. We blogged about this experiences before. Now, the next step is to support teachers in working with that Game. We chose a similar approach: instead of 'lecturing' and 'explaining' we engaged the teachers in an experience, through which they could learn about how to facilitate learning about democracy. An exciting visit!