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Working in groups : what practical difference does it make to take complexity seriously?

Complexity and Management Conference 2017 – 2nd– 4th June: Roffey Park Management Centre

Human beings are born into groups and spend most of their working lives participating in them. 446 more words


The Brain Basis for the Digital Daze of Millenials

  • What inspired you to be interested in this topic?

As a neuroscientist who studies child brain development, I strongly support the promotion of public policies that will help edify the minds and brains of our youngest citizens.

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Can we ever be clear with each other?

Over the past couple of months I have come across Gervase Bushe’s Clear Leadership method being promoted by a number of OD practitioners and institutions, so I thought it would be worth spending a blog post discussing the ideas that he puts forward and to offer a critique from the perspective of complex responsive processes of relating. 3,247 more words

Complex Responsive Processes

Read the New Issue of Journal of Management Education!

The October 2016 issue of Journal of Management Education is now available online, and can be accessed free for the next 30 days. The October issue features a new provocative conversation for the article… 257 more words

Teaching & Learning

Diversity & Inclusion - an endless journey

Most organisations today recognise the need for Diversity and Inclusion, particularly in the area of gender.Consequently many of them have set up D&I cells to ensure that it receives the necessary attention. 1,846 more words


Journal of Management Education

It was nice to be mentioned with my colleague Dr. Olga Ryazanova in the current issue of Maynooth’s Univeristy News

The piece also mentions a forthcoming session with Professor Paul Hibbert & Professor… 43 more words

Academic Writing

Change: Learning to Enjoy the Mess

Note: this article is part of The Transatlantic Debate Blog series, which forms a conversation between Dr. Katrin Muff and Dr. Kathy Miller Perkins on business sustainability. 964 more words