Category Archives: Systems

What is Deep Team Building?

You attended a “team building” a couple of months ago.  It was a wonderful experience and moral was improved however, the team is distant, not entirely meshing, the deadlines seem to slip, they run into conflict and take too much … Continue reading

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What is your dominant learning style?

What is the first thing you do when you start a project? Jump in feet first Research what has been done before Develop a theory then try it out Plan steps toward action The answer to this question points to … Continue reading

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Systems Thinking

The best way to express my thoughts on systems is through metaphor.  Through metaphor systems become what they are… alive. The complex adaptive systems, hard to express in a linear format, take shape through mental or physical images.    The sensations … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership and Adaptive Challenges

In previous blog posts, I explored the relationship between servant leadership and systemic thinking, I also looked at how servant leadership relates to the concept of [[the triple bottom line. In this post I explore the relationship between servant leadership … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership and Systemic Thinking

In a previous blog post, I discussed the relationship between the triple bottom line and servant leadership as it is described in Peter Block’s (1996) Stewardship and Robert Greenleaf’s (2002) Servant Leadership: A Journey.  In this blog post, I will … Continue reading

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