Tag Archives: diversity

Ask what you can do

Phil posted an excellent comment on my last blog posting and it was so good it inspired me to write another post! There are two parallel questions in my mind: What types of structures/systems can enable people to express their … Continue reading

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Making yourself heard

High-performing teams, just like well-functioning societies, are successful because all members actively share their thoughts, opinions and talent. There’s a lot written about teams and organizations that structure themselves to get the diversity of voices/opinions into the conversation to drive innovation and growth. But … Continue reading

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You can’t hate someone whose story you know

Last month Rotterdam held its annual International Film Festival. I thought it would be fun to go, so I started to search for films and decided to look at the films whose title started with a Z (my thinking being how could you … Continue reading

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Harmony and Innovation

My last post left a question in my mind; does harmony negate innovation? Innovation is a new way of doing something. I believe you can’t have innovation without having diversity. An interesting article by Margaret Wheatley describes how diversity plays an important role in … Continue reading

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