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Groundwork and the Nature of Organising

An introduction This following text is from the introduction to the Groundwork Practice Guide, part of the pioneering Groundwork model, practice and training. It is a collaborative effort of James Ede (Denmark), Rowan Simonsen (Colombia) and Toke Moeller (Denmark), and builds on the collective experience and wisdom of many Art of Hosting and other practitioners over many years. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is quoted as postulating, “What if all the wars and conflict in the world are the result of conversations that never happened?” There is no doubt that most conflicts would be averted if the parties involved could enter into conversation with a mutual desire to listen, understand and ackno

Workplaces people love (and how corporate rebels find each other)

I reckon everyone deserves the chance to be happy and contribute in their work - whatever it is. I’m one of an increasing crew of people passionate about and dedicated to transforming organisations, their impact on the planet – and unleashing the potential of the people working in them. This movement is known in many forms – ‘next stage organisations,’ ‘teal’, ‘self-management’, ‘self-organisation’ – and more. No matter what you call it though – it’s a massive shift, an evolution, in the way we think, and act, in our organisations. I believe it is an idea whose time has come, and there are more and more people contributing to this movement, including the Corporate Rebels. Pim, Joost and Free

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