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Spiral Dynamics

We support our clients and their stakeholders to press pause, reconsider the future they want and help build the awareness and capacity to get there. Everything we do or say is an invitation to reconsider the present and to consider new futures.

Spiral Dynamics: navigation for our turbulent times

Are you sitting comfortably? Few of us are, I suspect.  It is hard to look at the world without concern.  Perhaps you are concerned about the volatile leadership of Trump, or the rise of the right in Europe or perhaps the unpredictability of what Brexit will bring for both the UK and beyond.  Do you […]

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What is an Organisation really?

‘To organise’ is a verb, from which we have created a noun, ‘organisation’ but what is an organisation really? It’s not its articles of incorporation, or its buildings, or even just its people – Ralph Stacey, a leading scholar on complexity and management, argues it is the complex set of social processes and relationships interconnecting […]

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Teal Overview Workshop

Making Teal Real: how to reinvent organisations Frederic Laloux introduced us to the concept and vision of “Teal” organisations with inspiring examples of what is possible. Yet his examples are widely different – large and small, manufacture and service, new-builds and long-term conversions – each with their unique journey. So although we know the “what?” […]

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Jon Freeman, Future Considerations

Jon Freeman

“I have always been fascinated by people; how they work, think and do. I grew up as a scientific rationalist and atheist however a deep intuition training course I attended in my early thirties had a profound effect on me. The strong and undeniable psychic experience that I had during the training was, according to […]

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Jaroslav Dokoupil, Future Considerations

Jaroslav Dokoupil

  “I used to think that change happens overnight and is easy to achieve once everyone knows what to do. Years of experience has made me reconsider this assumption and learn that one of the most difficult parts of change is to translate the initial inspiration into a consistent shift in behaviour. I also realised […]

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