Category Archives: Relating

More on “A Practice that Sustains” short course of my previous post

The Short Course – A Practice that Sustains will be running in the second half of 2012 at oases Graduate School Some practitioners promote resolving the “material” issues that we have i.e. water, energy and waste as the path to … Continue reading

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Coffee and cups…

A group of alumni, all highly established in their respective careers, got together for a visit with their old university professor. The conversation soon turned to complaints about the endless stress of work and life in general…Offering his guests coffee, the … Continue reading

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the flowering of innovation

imag(in)ing innovation flowering, growing and embedding … In these slides I am seeking ways to illustrate the connections between the journeys of what I have called the flower of innovation of Latour in Pandora’s Hope (he calls this the reality … Continue reading

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What can we do about this “Sustainability Thing”?

On the 27th July 2011 I presented at the Knowledge Management Leadership Forum (KMLF). The topic was What can we do about this “Sustainability Thing”? The powerpoint pack that I used as a starting point can be found by clicking on … Continue reading

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being at home in this world of before, now, becoming…

The content of this post was developed for a day at CERES together with oases Graduate School on Relating (community) in a course called Being Together: Being Sustaining. The overall program had three main days: Relating (self), Relating (community) and Relating (environmentally) interspersed with … Continue reading

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