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Using Emergence to Scale Social Innovation

Using Emergence to Scale Social Innovation

Sep 2, 2013-- Do you want to change the world? If so, it may help to first understand how the world actually changes. This article co-authored by Margaret Wheatley describes how "emergence" - the linking together of local efforts and networks into global phenomena -- drives all substantial changes in nature and society. The networks we create, together with our mindfulness of other efforts regionally and globally, help to foster the emergent properties of our intentions and actions. Read on to learn more about encouraging emergence in your own life and work. (20481 reads)

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