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Archive for the 'Theory U' Category

. First things first, I am delighted to be working on this with Susan Coughlan, an experienced changemaker of great integrity and playfulness. I’ve been around this block a few times, trying to sense (or work out) what would be the most effective thing that would boost the capacity of changemakers (particularly, but not exclusively) […]

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  Deep Dive Workshop : Burren College of Art (This workshop has unfortunately had to be deferred for unavoidable personal reasons – but we are still very excited about it and looking to re-schedule – get in touch if it feels attractive to you !) Come and join us to do beautiful work in a […]

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Please click on the link below for details ULab Event

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. “Trapped in silos we miss opportunities to share the wisdom and expertise that already exists in our people and organisations. Knee deep in doing, we fail to notice the real opportunities that can create sustainable change.” For further details of this great event read on ….

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. A weekend workshop for change makers. Saturday & Sunday 22nd – 23rd January 2011 | 09.30 – 17.00 | €175 / Early Bird €150 ends 14th Jan | The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew St, Dublin 2 In these challenging times how can we use collaborative forms of leadership, innovation, fundraising and community building to […]

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The picture is of Arawana Hayashi, a very interesting person indeed …..

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The quotation above is from Otto Scharmer, the originator of Theory U – I am finding myself using it all the time.  (OK, ‘all the time’ is an exaggeration, that would be silly, I’m finding myself using it a lot)

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I’ve mentioned elsewhere on this site how useful I find the Einstein quote along the lines of ‘you can’t solve a problem at the same level at which it was created’.  Theory U is, I reckon, the best answer going to the question ‘how do you get to a different level?’

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