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Structural Wholes

Recently on a Network Leadership blog, an authority remarked, “The number one task of network leaders is to help others become network leaders.” Of course, this principle is important, desirable, but, not ‘number one.’ Sidebar:...

Failed KM

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] The intransigent knowledge management (KM) Establishment is a failure. They summarily dismiss interactions that propel KM forward. They resent constructive dissension, authentic conversation and incisive observations. Today’s KM professionals are allergic to the future....

Managing the Situated Present

Managing the Situated Present By Dave Snowden  •  July 30, 2014   Probably the most important phrase in The Children’s Party Story is the conclusion: We manage the emergence of beneficial coherence within attractors, within boundaries.   That simple phrase packs a...