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Roving Coffee

I’m inviting you for a cup of coffee! I travel all around the world, and I noticed that I enjoy my evenings most when I’m having conv...

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You’re Not a Complexity Thinker When…

You’re not a complexity thinker when… you claim your interpretation of complexity is correct, while others’ are wrong. Because, amo...

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Stoos Network (part 7): What’s Next?

I had promised a 7-part series with my reflections on the Stoos Gathering. Now I promise that this will be my last post on this topic for...

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Stoos Network (part 6): Goal & Outcomes

The original announcement for the Stoos Gathering started as follows: At the Stoos Gathering we will discuss how to accelerate change in ...

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Stoos Network (part 5): Complaints & Complexity

Aside from many enthusiastic messages we’ve also experienced a bit of a backlash, both during and after the Stoos Gathering. What did w...

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Stoos Network (part 4): Name & Identity

Apart from our stakeholders and the core idea another topic I suggested at the Stoos Gathering was the name and identity of the movement ...

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Stoos Network (part 3): Core Idea

One wish I had for the gathering in Stoos was to discover a common foundation that could reconcile differences between the many managemen...

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Stoos Network (part 2): Stakeholders & Personas

"Who is our customer?" This was one of the first questions to pop up during the gathering in Stoos. "Which people are our ...

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Stoos Network (part 1): About Communication

I write this in my hotel room after having traveled back from Stoos to Zürich airport. The Stoos Gathering just ended and I’m feeling ...

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Your Input for the #Stoos Gathering

I have blogged about Global Management Warming in Stoos several times. And so did Steve Denning, Peter Stevens, Sanjiv Augustine, a...

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