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Hamilton Ray and Dave Rutley
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Final Reflections
We have devoted an entire year to discussing Meaningful Change and how best to achieve it. What you may have noticed is that we did not talk about change management. Why? Quite simply, we think about the nature of change in entirely different terms. Change isn’t something you can manage; it is closer to a force of nature. You can foster it, cultivate it, but you can’t control it. It doesn’t have a start and end date, and it isn’t managed through a process. It is our belief that you... More
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Marsha Dunn
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Interview
In 2017, we set out to deconstruct what we believe are the most effective ways to achieve meaningful change. To that end, we have presented series focused on Collective Creativity and The Power of Immersive Experience. Below is our fourth installment in our final series, “Learning in a Modern Age,” in which we shift our attention to learning and development.Collective Next’s leadership and development programs embrace a model of 21st Century leadership development that maximizes the... More
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Marsha Dunn
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Interview
In 2017, we set out to deconstruct what we believe are the most effective ways to achieve meaningful change. To that end, we have presented series focused on Collective Creativity and The Power of Immersive Experience. Below is our third installment in our final series, “Learning in a Modern Age,” in which we shift our attention to learning and development.Emily Demarest is responsible for designing trainings for physicians and care teams to successfully run clinical trials. Recognizing... More
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Kristen Bailey
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Perspectives
We kicked off 2017 with the promise to deconstruct what we believe are the most effective ways to achieve meaningful change. To that end, we have presented series focused on Collective Creativity and The Power of Immersive Experience. Below is our fourth installment in our final series, “Learning in a Modern Age,” in which we shift our attention to learning and development.Girls and women are taught to be perfect, while boys and men are taught to be brave. Perfectionism has its value,... More
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Marsha Dunn
Friday, December 1, 2017
Interview
We kicked off 2017 with the promise to deconstruct what we believe are the most effective ways to achieve meaningful change. To that end, we have presented series focused on Collective Creativity and The Power of Immersive Experience. Below is our second installment in our final series, “Learning in a Modern Age,” in which we shift our attention to learning and development.David Small is a master at designing user-led experiences that communicate complex ideas. His company Small Design... More
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Matt Saiia
Monday, November 13, 2017
Think Piece
We kicked off 2017 with the promise to deconstruct what we believe are the most effective ways to achieve meaningful change. To that end, we have presented series focused on “Collective Creativity” and “The Power of Immersive Experience.” Below we begin our final series “Learning in a Modern Age,” in which we shift our attention to learning and development. “We are, in my view, faced with an entirely new situation ineducation where the goal of education, if we are to survive,is the... More