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The factors driving & necessitating the emergence of a new operating model for tourism
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Project 10X: Growing the DNA for 21st Century Leadership in Organizations

Project 10X: Growing the DNA for 21st Century Leadership in Organizations | Conscious Travel | Scoop.it

The “well-oiled machine” model of organizations with its hierarchical leadership, tightly defined functions, and centralized control, is going the way of the dinosaurs. Organizations that thrive in the 21st century will operate as conscious living social organisms committed to evolving in ways that maximize their generation of ‘true wealth’ — their lasting contributions to the wellbeing of both their immediate and extended stakeholder families.

 

Project 10X is an organic and elegantly simple (but not simplistic) approach to growing such leadership throughout today’s organizations. Rather than providing 'The Solution' in the form of a ready-mode new model and/or structure, Project 10X engages, develops and supports leaders and 'changemakers' inside the organization in evolving their own unique solutions – and leading the organization in navigating the transitions. Project 10X is low cost, can start small, and is designed to become self-managing and self-propagating early on — with benefits growing exponentially over time.


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Edelman report: Trust in governments suffers severe breakdown

Edelman report: Trust in governments suffers severe breakdown | Conscious Travel | Scoop.it

The 2012 Edelman Trust Barometer has some pretty bad news for policymakers but businesses (especially the banking sector) continue to lose public trust too.

 

Surprising is the big increase in trust in social media and bloggers.


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The Great Dereliction

The Great Dereliction | Conscious Travel | Scoop.it

"What we've got, then, is a great dereliction: leaders who are incapable of fixing the broken institutions that are creating a lost generation, a planetary meltdown, a never-ending series of financial crises, mass unemployment, and a(t least another) lost decade. You'd think with all those icons blinking in the heads-up display, our leaders would act at least a little, well, concerned. But mostly, they seem to be clueless."


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Willy De Backer's curator insight, June 25, 2013 1:21 AM

Umair Haque's indictment of today's so-called 'leaders' is spot on.

David Hain's curator insight, June 25, 2013 1:27 AM

As usual passionate and well argued input from Umair Hacque.

Antoine Moore's comment, July 3, 2013 9:55 PM
I agree there is a problem with leadership. I think, in particular, many leaders (especially political leaders) do not want to be bold and risk stepping in front of public opinion. On the other hand, the article is too simplistic for me. I think that individuals' actions are also shaped by larger institional structures and forces. And I think our culture has shifted quite a bit too. People are a lot more self-righteous and a lot less willing to compromise and accomodate or even LISTEN to alternative points of view. Our "followers" have become more balkanized and I think, in this contex,t leading is so much harder to do.