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March 3, 2022 In a world of rapid change and unbelievable variety, you must find the differences that make a real difference. You make decisions when evidence is in short supply and the future is fuzzy. Old fashioned, rational decision processes assume you have time to invest and control to implement. In the future, you and your teams will have precious little time or control. You will need an alternative decision process that fits the challenges of tomorrow. In this workshop, Glenda Eoyang introduces an adaptable, flexible, and resilient decision process. It will support you and your team in even the most complex situations.
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When do the words, “fractals” and “self-reflection” belong in the same sentence? In today’s blog post, Royce talks about using the idea of fractals to create opportunities for reflection and to explore coherence across different areas of her life. Read on to find out how. 
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Mark Twain reminds us that often the best answer to “What do I do when . . .?” really is “It depends!
February 3, 2022 When change is fast and unpredictable, searching for perfection is a waste of time. Today your world moves too quickly! By the time you take a measurement, the landscape has changed, and your data is out of date. Precision used to be the highest standard, but in the uncertainty of today’s complex world detailed precision is neither possible nor useful. Today we have to evolve to the world of “excellent enough,” “close enough,” “good enough.” In this LVW, Glenda Eoyang explores the value of seeking accuracy over precision in the chaos and urgency of today. Join her to consider how you can make sense of a complex situation without driving yourself and others crazy with needless details.
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In today’s complex and turbulent world, facilitation is less about managing or guiding a conversation. It’s more about standing in inquiry and setting conditions for people to move forward together. It’s a necessary skill if you are in the front of a room, working with a group to move forward. And, it’s just as necessary as you participate in difficult or complex conversations in your day-to-day life.
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This year’s Live Virtual Workshops are designed to challenge traditional assumptions about how we live, work, and play. In this post and throughout the year, consider how the old assumptions just don’t work in today’s uncertain and turbulent world.
December 2, 2021 In this decade of massive and unpredictable change, your days are shaped by uncertainty and turbulence. Plans for the day are obsolete by mid-morning, and the week’s calendar is completely reworked by noon on Monday. Beyond the week? Trying to plan that far in advance, feels like it gives you only two choices: 1) Stick with the plan, no matter what; or 2) Give up on planning altogether. How do you plan when you can’t know what’s coming tomorrow? How do you prepare for a future you just cannot see, but you want and need the anchor or touch point that having a plan offers? Make sense of trends and patterns that shape your life Rely on local context, resources, and information Build Adaptive Capacity into the structure of your plan Watch this webinar to find ways to create and live a plan that anchors day-to-day decisions, adapts to constant change and interruption, and moves toward the vision you hold for the future.
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