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How Are You Developing the Most Important Ability You Possess?

January 18, 2018 It’s an extraordinary time to be alive. Most of us get to enjoy a standard of living that would have been unimaginable to our ancestors—lives filled with modern conveniences that make our experience of being here on Earth, relatively speaking, safe, comfortable, and even entertaining. To highlight [...]

Interview with Linda Biggs of Abeego

Linda Biggs is Head of Ops - People, Culture and Growth at Abeego, a company recognized for their work in beyond-sustainable consumer goods and whose mission is to "Keep Food Alive." Linda's passion is growing people and she has a unique background and perspective on how that happens best in [...]

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Interview with Cynthia Scott of Changeworks Lab and Presidio Graduate School

Cynthia Scott, Ph.D., M.P.H., is the principal and founder of Changeworks Lab and core faculty in Sustainable Management at Presidio Graduate School in San Franscisco, California, USA. She has co-authored 14 books including Leadership for Sustainability and Change and Rekindling Commitment: How to Revitalize Yourself, Your Work and Your [...]

Regenerative Organizational Storytelling

It’s a strange phenomenon to see a mainstream acceptance of the sustainability movement, and at the same time to see large extractive and degenerative practices amplified in our globalized economy. The term sustainability has been adopted across just about every industry — even Monsanto is using it to describe their approach [...]

3 Brains are Better than 1

We tend to think of learning as something that happens in our heads. Yet when we are faced with a difficult decision, we might find ourselves ‘trusting our gut’ or ‘following our heart.’ Modern neuroscience is catching up with what we’ve instinctually recognized for a long time. It’s showing that [...]

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Re-Patterning Organizations, Guided by Nature

August 10, 2016 I recall as a young student being presented with a diagram, depicting humans on the top of a pyramid representing the food chain. At the bottom were the microorganisms, the fungi, bacteria, etc. Even then I can remember wondering, “don’t bacteria eat everything? Why are they at the [...]

Learning, Makerspaces, and Resilient Communities

July 14, 2016 There was a time, not long ago, when communities produced most of what they needed locally. The blacksmith, the tailor, the shoemaker and the woodworker crafted their products with care as they were likely to end up in familiar hands (or on familiar feet). Through their work local [...]

Augmented Reality and Regenerative Design

May 18, 2016 Augmented Reality combines digital elements with the real world. If you're familiar with Google Glass you probably have a handle on the concept. Or you might find yourself thinking of a scene from one of the Terminator films. Like virtual reality and artificial intelligence, augmented reality promises to [...]