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Building Intelligence: Making a Smarter Company

July 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Photo of Brain Dentrites byneurollero The focus on intelligence is based on the premise that the quality of thinking of the members ofthe organization will be the prime determiner of business and organizational success and the one capability on which the business could depend in all markets and conditions. The approach to development of intelligence emerges from […]

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Developmental Performance Indices Vs. Balanced Scorecard/ Dashboards

July 9th, 2009 · No Comments

When we attend a performance of a Broadway production, an internationally recognized orchestra or ballet company, or a school talent show in which our children perform, we hope, even expect to be enlivened. We are truly elated to have our expectations exceeded and aspirations raised for all future performances of the same nature. We often […]

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MIT NextGen Sustainability Video

July 7th, 2009 · No Comments

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The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and organizations are working together to create a Sustainable World

July 6th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Book Review: Part I Value of TNR: The theme of TNR is that we must shift beyond being reactive in our solutions approach, merely seizing short term solutions, and move to deep thinking to really make a difference. I strongly agree. The book includes many stories of what organizations and individuals are doing to try […]

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Six Core Capabilities of Consciousness (Part 1 of 6)

July 6th, 2009 · No Comments

Consciousness and capabilities of consciousness are NOT gained or ‘learned’ by training (i. e. practicing with new behaviors that are taught—it has too many non-behavioral aspects) or by lecture (e.g inspirational  messages or details speeches that makes one  want to be more conscious in engaging in one’s life and living). The capabilities and resulting consciousness […]

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Consciousness at Work

July 6th, 2009 · No Comments

You may, mistakenly, think of consciousness as a subject purely related to contemplation and Eastern spiritual practices and relevant only to far out business founders who meditation.  Or maybe to psychology and the working of the brain, only of interest to brain surgeons or shrinks. It may surprise you to know that it is a […]

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Corporate Responsibility 3.0

July 6th, 2009 · No Comments

  We have started a new program at Antioch University, Seattle, for the Vanguard of the Corporate Responsibility movement. This certificate program is designed for third echelon leaders and entrepreneurs. If the following describes you, this program is geared to your needs: Level One: You were an early adopter and explored every possible way to have your company do what was […]

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