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Envisioning a New Approach

Michael Sampson - Currents

Envisioning a new approach has two inputs: your understanding of the current reality of the work process or activity, and your newly developed understanding of what’s possible.

2018 136

Painting of New Orleans Jazz Fest Singer

Portals and KM

Here is a 24" square acrylic painting of a jazz singer at Jazz Fest in New Orleans. It is from a photo that I took. Have done two others and wanted to try it again on a larger scale to allow for more detail. 

2018 130

Building Online Meeting Muscles – chunking and practice

Full Circle Associates

I’ve been both working with some distributed communities of practice and talking to different folks in my networks about online meeting practices. I’m feeling a resurgence of the kind of interest we saw in the earlier waves of online interaction. There is a pattern that I realize I use, but had not written about it. … Continue reading Building Online Meeting Muscles – chunking and practice. Source.

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A beautiful reflection on the Art of Hosting on Bowen Island

Chris Corrigan

Bowen Island is where I live and work. Since 2004 there has been an annual Art of Hosting learning event offered by a really solid team of my most deeply experienced and connected friends and colleagues. Last year Scott Macklin came and made a beautiful video capturing the experience we craft here.

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Collaboration in the Process of Re-Imagining

Michael Sampson - Currents

I have argued that we see the world through what we understand, informed by our experiences, and enlightened by what we have studied.

2018 127

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Wanted: A Presentist

Michael Sampson - Currents

With futurists the world is awash. Who proclaim the new and to the past say tosh. The future of work is so very posh. What you’re doing today is only bosh. The world is awash with futurists. Those who claim to see the future. As in the future of work.

2018 127

Re-Imagining a System for Health and Safety

Michael Sampson - Currents

The construction division at one of my clients used a health and safety database. It enabled them to track health and safety incidents, gain visibility across the division of all incidents, do reporting on what was happening and with what frequency, and more.

2018 116

From Out-Hustle to Out-Look

Michael Sampson - Currents

Fortune Magazine interviewed Dennis Lynch in early 2014 about his investment philosophy at Morgan Stanley. Key ideas: Take a long-term view in a world that thinks short-term. Markets with high growth rates offer good investment possibilities.

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