Category Archives: Emergent Learning

Part 4. Emergent Organizational Development® – Novel Technologies and Collaborative Network Organizations For The 21st Century Video

Welcome to: Part 4. Emergent Organizational Development®              Novel Technologies and Collaborative Network Organizations              For The 21st Century Part 4. On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A57dV7tdUz8 Part 1: Emergent Change®  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDD5_S08sZo Part 2: Emergent Organizations™ Part 3: Emergent Organizational Development® Part 4. … Continue reading

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Emergent Action Research™ (EAR), and Emergent Learning™

Welcome to this write-up about Emergent Action Research™, and Emergent Learning™ Introduction I have worked within different areas of Emergent Action Research™ with different clients throughout the years. This is a composite of such work to create an ‘Emergent Action … Continue reading

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‘Generative and Meaningful Dialogue’ For Emergent Change

Meaningful dialogue can be a powerful tool and process to facilitate individual, group and organizational performance aligned to continuous, emergent changing environments, challenges and opportunities. ‘Making sense’ of things is a powerful aspect of understanding, re-framing, experiencing and emergent learning … Continue reading

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