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Blog: A high school complexity curriculum by Roland Kupers

Blog: A high school complexity curriculum by Roland Kupers

Blog by Roland Kupers  “The real voyage of discovery lies not in finding new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” - Marcel Proust Generation Z is more interconnected than ever before – with each other and with the world. To tackle the interconnected challenges facing...

Book tip: On Complexity by Edgar Morin

Book tip: On Complexity by Edgar Morin

Book tip by Elien Rogaar Perspectivity Enterprise recently studied and exchanged thoughts about the book 'On Complexity' by French philosopher Edgar Morin. Morin turns his attention to the technical and philosophical underpinnings of complexity theory. His main...

Book tip: The Culture Map by Erin Meyer

Book tip: The Culture Map by Erin Meyer

Book tip by Monique Janmaat How people think, lead and get things done "Why after living and working in Africa for 18 years, can’t I get used to the perception of time that a lot of people have? Why is it still a challenge to receive constructive feedback? Why is it...

Blog: Reflect & Adapt

Blog: Reflect & Adapt

How do you keep improving in a world that is constantly on the move?  'Reflective Communication Scrum', that is the name of the publication through which Betteke van Ruler, emeritus professor of communication science, introduced Scrum in The Netherlands....

Book tip: Reinventing Organizations – Frederic Laloux

Book tip: Reinventing Organizations – Frederic Laloux

Book tip by Diederik Prakke Laloux' must-read (or should-have-read-by-now; it's a 2014 publication) is what it claims to be: A guide to creating organisations inspired by the next stage of human consciousness. Studying organisations worldwide that independently...

Blog: Embrace uncertainty, get agile

Blog: Embrace uncertainty, get agile

By Petra de Boer The world is changing. With a flexible attitude we can respond better to changes. But that is not as easy as it sounds. Dare to experiment, preferably in real life. Greek philosopher Heraclitus already said it: change is the only constant. But the...