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  • New Business and Leadership articles posted

    Greetings all, I just wanted to make everybody interested in Integral Business and Leadership aware that there are 36 new postings in the ''Files'' section of the the II multiplex.&nbsp; To access and download the files, please click on the ''Files'' tab on the top navigation.&nbsp; The business and leadership files can be found in the folder ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (Forum) by johnz on May 16, 2007
  • Why Spiritual Intelligence is Essential to Mature Leadership

    High levels of adult development are invariably linked to spiritual intelligence, and therefore a mature leader is one who leads from the inside out, or, as the author puts it, Who we are is how we lead. In a complex world filled with seemingly insurmountable challenges, who is best prepared to lead? This piece contends that it is the leader at ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Integral Scenario Development

    Scenario planning is a practice used by many sectors of society around the globe to develop forward-looking views to assist in planning and strategy. Chris Stewart's Integral Scenario Development helps to broaden and deepen future views and helps to expand strategic conversation to include more of the objective and subjective realities at as many ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Integral Africa: How Far Can Integral Go? ... Transforming a Continent?

    Susan Cannon and Yene Assegids article highlights the transformative power of integral practices and theory when applied to complex, real world problems. Yene, Director of the Ethiopian NGO everyONE, was inspired by an integrally-informed change program and has since aligned her life purpose with reversing Africas downward spiral. The authors ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Narcissistic Negotiation

    Conflict is born from scarcity, says negotiaton theory. But the real scarcity is less often physical and more often emotional. When the objective is defeating each other rather than winning together, conflict persists. In this paper, Fred Kofman discusses how the real limited resource is self-esteem, and how those with a narcissistic (self-centric)
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Disagreements

    Its impossible to choose whether or not to have conflicts, we can only choose how we respond to them. In this paper, Fred Kofman explores the fertile ground of practicing with conflict. Beginning with five typical responses to conflict, the author takes the reader beyond denial, avoidance, giving up, overwhelm and compromise, and into the realm of
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Reflections on the State of Integral Leadership Theory and Development

    Integral Theory as applied to leadership is finding an ever wider audience. From the inclusion of integrally informed leadership models appearing in peer-reviewed academic articles to the emergence of organizations and training programs that incorporate an AQAL framework, great strides have been made toward re-envisioning the nature, meaning, ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Developmentalism and Leadership: Scenarios and Future Studies

    The current technological, social, political, economic and ecological trends that are wreaking havoc on the planet require rare and even emergent approaches to leadership that co-create the conditions for an evolutionary path that supports engagement with a positive future. This paper, presented to the World Future Society, links future studies, ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • What is Learning: Moving Towards Effective Action

    Fred Kofman sees learning as the most important capacity for success in the post-industrial economy. While becoming a learning organization is currently popular, we must work harder to reframe learning to mean something more than just gaining or holding knowledge. Fred understands learning as gaining information, but also as increasing capacity ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
  • Building the Case for Culture Change

    In this article, Carolyn Taylor suggests that culture change, done right, can bring substantial benefit to organizations; done wrong, it is a waste of time. To be successful, organizations need to move from seeing change as just a logical processes to one that embraces the full complexity of change, which is made easier by adopting an integral ...
    Posted to Business and Leadership (FileGallery) by johnz on May 8, 2007
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