Blue Marble Webinar Series: Transformations #2 Blue Marble Case Study - Shared screen with speaker view
Here’s the link to the Transformation 2019 Conference: https://transformations2019.org/
arthur getz escudero
how might we learn from existing examples of where the multi-leveled, cross-institutional exchanges are actively practiced? Where do we look for these examples - or how might we structure a speed learning process for making this come to fruition?
Why do you think it is often so difficult to think ‘with’ instead of ‘about’ people?
Can someone post the name of the book?
I agree that Laloux’s 2014 book is great. Well worth reading by evaluators.
I accept all that you say applies to evolving our institutions/organizations. Q1. What if the scale we face in the 21st Century is at the scale of whole cultures or even at the scale of our Modern/Indsutrial form of ciivlization? Q2. Are you engaged with folks who are wrestling at this sacle? If so, how and where? If so, what progress is being made?
Frederic Laloux’s book Reinvesting Organizations, is published by Nelson Parker, located in Brussels Belgium
Do you believe post-modern minds are needed for the necessary transformations that are needed? How might we foster the development of post-modern minds?
Follow on from Kirsten - where should we be developing post-modern minds for greatest effect?
But do we have time to wait for pre-school to grow up and act, given the imminent problems we face that need transformation now?
In powerful position of the goverment,
Speaking of alternatives - I find interesting the The Listening Society by Hanzi Freinacht as it puts ideas about adult “postmodern mind” development and politics together. Bill Torbert (Action Inquiry) on developing leaders’ mindsets so they can respond to complexity. The field of action oriented research for transformations that tries to bring different mindset to knowledge creation… its time to connect up many efforts
THANKS to all who attended!
where will be find the recording?