Topic: Sustainability

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Hear and Now: Reflections on a Language of Listening

Several years ago, I was in discussion with Terry, a thirteen-year-old girl, and two other people at the Shambhala Authentic Leadership Institute. I have …

Double-Loop Knowledge Management

These are trying times for the field of knowledge management. Shunned by many as little more than yesterday’s information technology trotted out in today’s …

An Economy Designed to Sustain the Environment

You have probably heard of Lester Brown’s work before whether you know it or not. For the past 30 years, when an environmentalist or …

New Thinking, New Choices

As the Industrial Age worldview has expanded to draw in more and more of the world’s people and resources, it has also created a …

First-, Second-, and Third-Person Research in Practice

For many of us, the quest to become more effective in our work and our relationships is an ongoing process. Sometimes without even realizing …

Timely Leadership Through Action Inquiry

The number of leadership titles flooding the marketplace these days reflects people’s quest to find ways for their organizations to respond effectively to the …

The Unintended Consequences of “Having an Impact”

Chances are, if you have begun reading this article, you care sincerely about making a difference in the world through the work you do …

A Systemic Approach to the Challenges of Our Times

No one can say that renowned physicist Fritjof Capra shies away from a challenge. In his latest book, The Hidden Connections: Integrating the Biological, …

Goals: A Self-Limiting Proposition

The establishment of a goal is generally based on a place or state one wants to be at in the future, as compared to …

Questions to Shape the Future

Viagra may help to save endangered species. That was the odd sounding headline of a recent Reuters story. It turns out that Viagra has …