Tag Archives: Collaboration

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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Collaboration, synonymous with teamwork, requires the bonding of personalities, ideas, ways of being, and doing. Collaboration to some is analogous to alloying metals. In this view, steel, an alloy combing iron and carbon, enhance the constructive properties of metal just … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of Collaboration

As an Organizational Development (OD) Practitioner collaboration is a large component of my work. An individual must, at some level engage, in collaboration when working with, for, or around an organization. Trist, Bamforth, Rice and colleagues at the Tavastock institute … Continue reading

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