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Michelle Holliday

Living systems principles are appearing in unexpected places
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I’ve just had a remarkable experience. For the first time, I presented at a business conference where all the speakers, each in our own way, spoke of living systems principles in organizations: self-organization, emergence, resilience and wise stewardship. And the audience — of techie nerds — couldn’t get enough of it.

Otto Scharmer

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The other day I sat in a World Bank meeting in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the gathering was to initiate a Collective Action Platform that would help multi-stakeholder groups to collaborate more effectively in addressing the major challenges of our time. Here are a few observations that I found interesting:

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Sharing resources on dialogic organization development, inside out social innovation and reinventing organizations

Three resources released in 2014 offer insight on building enterprises that contribute to society in a way that is meaningful to all stakeholders, including the enterprise. Though not necessarily geared to social enterprises, the thought leadership offered in these publications certainly applies to them as wel. Each resource includes tangible take-aways.

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