Celebrating a New Vision, part 2

Whoa there! Yeah, you with the Elvis hairdo. Put down the muffin. Seems like you’ve had a few too many wassails of good cheer. Back away from the dessert tray. Keep your hands where I can see them […tense pause with heightened background music] Ok, that’s better. Now go sit in the . . . → Read More: Celebrating a New Vision, part 2

Celebrating a New Vision with a New Lens: transcending differences to see farther and achieve more

This Christmas post is intended to be provocative, so if this riles you up, you’re welcome! However, it will be provocative not with vice but with virtue. …how many role models does a champion need? Just one. [Part 1 of two parts] . . . → Read More: Celebrating a New Vision with a New Lens: transcending differences to see farther and achieve more

…And Nothing Was Ever the Same Again

Innovation brings changes into our world, whether that’s process, product or people. Building bridges of trust helps span the gap between early adopters and the mainstream. . . . → Read More: …And Nothing Was Ever the Same Again

A walk in the forest…

Systems Thinking teaches us how to scale our perspective to study the forest or the trees, while Systems Engineering tells us what to do with the data we find.

Visitors: Where in the World?