Posts Tagged: collective intelligence

The Core Idea that Drives Us, the Future that Pulls Us

We acknowledge and cherish the inherent indivisibility of humanity as a whole. Thinking and acting from that vantage point, we support the emergence of wise solutions to wicked organisational and global challenges. We envision a world, where domination is replaced by partnering and commoning as the mainstream way of organising work and learning. There, organisations… Read more »

Innovant Junts, or how we morph together from caterpillar to butterfly

“Innovant Junts” is Catalan for Innovating Together. This blog is sourced from the one written and published originally by Magda Barceló, a consultant in collective intelligence, living in Southern Catalonia. What is your view of the current world situation- I asked George Pór? he replied: “How I see it is that there are two currents running at the same time…. Read more »

Corporate Social Responsibility and the global financial crisis

In response to a question about CSR in crisis time, posted in an online forum of an upcoming conference that I co-host, I wrote: If we break ‘crisis’ to its danger and opportunity aspects, the danger seems to be obvious. When companies have to cut costs, the first casualties are always expenditures that seem to… Read more »

From knowledge “managers” to knowledge “cultivators”: an ecosystem perspective

“From knowledge ‘managers’ to knowledge ‘cultivators’: The role of system catalysts will be as ‘cultivators’ or gardeners who adopt an ecosystem-like approach to establishing trust-based connections (through relation-building, normative values, incentives, etc.) between existing stakeholder groups. This will be the greatest value of the system because it will ensure human-to-human connectivity before crises emerge and… Read more »

Catching a glimpse of the future – networked constellations of communities of practice

Only communities of practitioners can assess realistically what work and learning practices add more effectiveness, efficiency, and enjoyment to practicing their profession.  As those communities mature, they start taking responsibility for jointly evolving their domain of practice. At that point, they become a central force of production; they move from the fringes of value creation… Read more »