Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 16)

The one thing that determines the success of a change is a tapestry composed of a 1000 hands.

Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 15)

There is an alternative path to ownership, other than coercing people into change. It’s called invitation.

Power to the Pilot

In every project there is an extreme retrofit phenomenon that can only be seen when one participates in all stages of a project. I label it as ‘power of the pilot’.

Waking up to the next level (Part 2)

This one is about waking up to my intent so I will start to see more of it in the world around me.

Music and Leadership (part 8)

Deep learning occurs when we embrace gaps instead of closing them. Music turns out to be a great vehicle for embracing those gaps.

Waking up to the next level

Sharing some notes on the ‘Raising Your Game’ workshop by Daryl Conner.

Berlin Change Days 2014 is raising the bar!

The Berlin Change Days is one of those very rare events where organizational change practitioners can meet in person.

Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 14)

How do you deliver your projects? There are 4 levels between the world as we know it and the path of the Yoda master.

Advice to Change Agents: Skate to Where the Puck Is Going, Not Where It Has Been

Social architecture, the subject of this Lead Perspective, sets the stage for how companies can effectively navigate large-scale systems transformation.

Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 13)

As it turns out the development of a social architecture within an organization is the best way to cultivate ownership over benefits realization. And the magic happens during project installation.