November 16, 2017
AQAL, dalai lama, four quadrants, frederic laloux, holacracy, innovation, integral, ken wilber, ricardo semler, videos
Introduction Open technology; the dissemination of power from nodes to a network; companies which access ecosystems rather than resources; artificially intelligent ads which self-create themselves; and self-organizing traffic lights – all of these are expressions of the falling of boundaries. Apparently, nature does not operate in opposites. It comes united, but we set boundaries. We [...] Read More
During my last 4 years of corporate training and business coaching on innovation I've seen and heard more than 1,500 employees and managers complaining about innovation not working within their environment. This is what I found: #1. not really listening to new ideas, #2. rules instead of limits, #3. forcing versus liberating. Stop doing all [...] Read More
January 03, 2017
chris rufer, cornerstone, David Hawking, definition, engagement, gary hammel, holacracy, innovation, integral innovation, ken wilber, purpose, ricardo semler, spiral dynamics, why
Introduction After so many years of research and reasoning on the creativity and innovation topic, we came to several conclusions. Thus, these are the cornerstones * of the integral theory of innovation as presented also in The Leadership Spark. These 4 fundamental pieces are to be found under the companies aiming at a continuous and disruptive innovation.