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Exploring The Ecology of Leadership: the Power of Analogical Thinking

I spent the past week in California working with a senior management team from a large global corporation as part of their extensive executive development program. This was my third time with the same organization and I had worked hard … Continue reading

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Renewing Rome Part III: The Future is the Means – the Present is the End

Last week I took an ecological perspective on Pope Francis and his efforts to renew the Roman Catholic Church (RCC). His chosen role of prophet (rather than the other two religious offices of priest and king) is to bring passion … Continue reading

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Halftime in America: The power of story

A day or so ago on the Harvard Business Review Readers discussion group the topic was posted: What did you learn from the best Super Bowl ad? The Super Bowl is a huge marketing showcase… of which a few commercials stood … Continue reading

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