What is the importance of being able to build exceptional relationships for effective next-stage organizations with wholeness, evolutionary purpose, and self-management?
One of a series of conversations on truly human ways of working and collaborating, supporting us moving into the emerging future in a purpose-driven way.
How could individual and collective trauma be undercutting your leadership efforts toward improving the future of work and organizations? Learn from the world's leading teachers of healing trauma.
A global coalition of organizations offers a new online M.B.A. program from Ubiquity University that combines Integral City inteliigences and city voices with the Doughnut model for economic sustainability.
Issues arising in the way we work stem from a much deeper place than our organizations themselves. How shall we get to better worldviews, mindsets, and paradigms in which to live?
How can teams and organizations learn this approach using the power of connection and collaboration to fill in the missing element for effective and robust self-management? And why is this important?
What's a good situation to introduce more "wholeness" into an organization? Here are 9 examples and any meeting could be made safe enough for people to show up as more of who they are.
If we see organizations as living systems, do we see people and their work as resources or as contributors to thriving? How might contracts change? How would organizational infrastructure, operations, and finances change?
How is the Haier organizational model being invented in China similar to other next-stage organizational models and what are the results emerging?
Reinventing Organizations book in Japanese sold 100,000 copies. How are Japanese organizations adopting and adapting it in their unique ways?