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Georgia On My Mind

A huge part of my life lives in Georgia. What I mean by this is that my dad is from Hawkinsville, Georgia which is a tiny town in the middle of miles and miles of farmland. 419 more words

Wirearchy by Design: Principles of the 21stC Networked Org

The #orgdna community is hosting a monthly Twitter Chat on topics in OD, using a quarterly topic “series ” format to build on core ideas in-depth. ¬† 367 more words


Let Your "Creatives" be Creative

I have realized lately that most people’s main goal is to not be wrong.

It is as if political correctness were the most important thing in life. 386 more words


Texas: The Ranch...Waco...The Silos...And The Mules...

Seems like we just got back from Texas…but really it was about a month ago, mid-June, to be closer to the truth…around here in Arkansas, we see lots of Texas license plates…the two states borders connect…it’s called the ArkLaTex…adding Louisiana to the mix…and some add Oklahoma making it Ark-La-Tex-Oma…you don’t hear the “Oma” part very often…but the former term is used often, it’s where Southern Arkansas, Northeast Texas, Northwest Louisiana meet…and then add in Southeastern Oklahoma for the Homa part…but aside from all of that, when we see a Texas license plate, we always say: “Don’t Mess With Texas”…(that slogan was written to “reduce litter on the highways in Texas…but it became an identity statement i.e. 578 more words


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We have no conflict

Two weeks ago I was in a Net-Map session where one group insisted that they had no conflict likes to draw. The question they were working on revolved around the implementation of a complex government reform program, so my co-facilitator and I stepped back and started judging and strategizing: “Impossible that there are no conflicts. 110 more words

Notes From The Field