Feb 26, 2018-- "You can't hate someone whose story you know". This motto highlights the work of Meg Wheatley, a well-respected writer, teacher, and speaker. In this informative piece, she reflects on the creative potential that emerges when we begin to treat organizations as living systems, rather than machines, and remain open to the possibility of adaptation and change. Drawing from 6 paradigms, Wheatley explores what happens when we dissolve our stereotypes and preconceived notions, and work together to welcome and support the ideas and experiences of those around us. No two of us see the world the same, Wheatley argues. Yet it's our diversity that drives ingenuity, invention, and possibility. (9775 reads)
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We are privileged, and the duty of privilege is absolute integrity.
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