Tag Archives: Charles Taylor

Authentic leadership

Browsing the bookshop at Schiphol airport I picked up the Harvard Business School handbook on leadership which is supposed to contain the ten must-read articles of the last couple of decades. In the book you can find the usual taken … Continue reading

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Appreciative Inquiry as a variety of religious experience

In an article in the journal AI (Appreciative Inquiry) Practitioner in 2012, the author and AI practitioner Gervase Bushe quotes from some of his personal correspondence with one of the founders of AI, David Cooperrider. They had both been deliberating … Continue reading

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G20 and different theories of change

Watching news reports about the G20 summit and protests I was struck by how many analogies that they offered for thinking about  theories of change. A BBC news reporter was caught up in the protest crowd outside the RBS bank … Continue reading

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