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Medusa and the Evolution of Human Consciousness

Alchemy of Change

A horrifying nightmare leads to a new understanding of the story of Medusa, as metaphor for the evolution of human consciousness. Featured Soul

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Business Models for Global Transformation Networks

Networking Action

What are the business models for Global Action Networks (GANs) – global multi-stakeholder change networks like the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Transparency International (TI) and the Global Water Partnership (GWP)? That was the question addressed by a new report for … Net Dev

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Teamwork Needs Healthy Friction to Collaborate and Get Work Done More Effectively

Elsua

 . Who would have thought something so relatively simple and mundane as food would be the glue for your team(s) to work together more effectively?

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User Adoption Strategies (2nd Edition): Now Available as Digital Book

Michael Sampson - Currents

My book on user adoption strategies is finally available as a digital book. Table of Contents. Foreword – by Nancy White (Full Circle Associates).

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When Context Transcends Change Management

Elsua

What if  everything we have been told about Change Management over the course of the last few decades was all just … plain  wrong? That hurts. A lot! .

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Gran Canaria – A Mini-Continent to Rediscover

Elsua

know now I am ready to talk and blog about it and I will explain why shortly…. And, with that, I guess it’s time to do something about it. Today.

Blog>> Stanley McChrystal: The military case for sharing knowledge

Green Chameleon

General Stanley McChrystal of the US Army on why sometimes it’s more powerful to share knowledge than to keep it secret

Blog>> Presentations at KM World and Taxonomy Bootcamp Washington DC 2016

Green Chameleon

Here are the slides for a bunch of presentations at KM World and Taxonomy Bootcamp Washington DC 2016: Dave Clarke and Maish Nichani (keynote): Searching outside the box. Dave Clarke and Gene Loh: Linked Data: the world is your database. Patrick Lambe (workshop): Taxonomies and facet analysis for beginners.

The Other Extinction

How to Save the World

image by Marsel van Ooosten via overgrowthesystem.com. “L isten to this,” Ren said, looking up from his laptop. Or so I’m told.”

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How to Save the World

I ‘ve spent the last few days re-reading about 300 of what must be at least 2500 posts on this blog. Uncategorized

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How to Save the World

image by Ed Gregory from pexels — CC0 licensed. The shirtless stranger walks along the beach. he smiles and waves. and holds his breath. and you do.