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This is an abridged recording of a talk given at the Promise of Peace conference in Northern Ireland hosted by Queens University Belfast at the Ulster Museum.
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Professor Gerard P Hodgkinson from the University of Warwick deliverd his keynote speech to the New Frontiers in Managerial and Organizational Conference hosted at the National University of Ireland Maynooth in September 2012. The address provides a powerful review of the field of cognition from early concepts of schema right through to the frontiers of neuroscience.
Decent advice “Leaders would be well-served to find common ground, provide recognition, be open with information and be authentic.” flip.it/iIcagr
RT @urbanthoughts11 1970: One more lane will fix it. 1980: One more lane will fix it. 1990: One more lane will fix it. 2000: One more lane will fix it. 2010: One more lane will fix it. 2020: ? pic.twitter.com/NjS1IPORG2 via @avelezig
Where is your organisation in this evolution and what are the implications? linkedin.com/pulse/what-dom…
Purpose in organisations. Only important if you think having people on board matters ;-) hbr.org/2019/11/why-ar…
The capacity to embrace meaningful inquiry, debate, and reflection being the hallmark of healthy organisations. The antithesis of centralised control. twitter.com/gdruckerforum/…
Insightful reflections on the unintended consequence of constructed measurement systems. twitter.com/lseimpactblog/…
Cracking version of Bob Marley’s one love in sign language. youtu.be/TNQ7-NybIvk