The Sustainable Design Factory: Next Generation Large-Group Ai Summit Method
Posted on May 7, 2012 in Blog Posts by DS
Here is an article I recently wrote with Chris Laszlo published in The Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner, May 2012 at www.aipractitioner.com. I also just spoke about this at the Ai World Conference in Belgium. – David Cooperrider
Organizations everywhere are discovering the power and promise of design thinking and increasingly managers and management schools are turning to architects, creative artists, graphic specialists, product designers, open source communities, and performing artists as inspired models for innovation, improvisational leadership and collaborative designing.
Resilience is the ability to work with ups and downs in such a way that one comes through it unharmed or even better for the experience. Resilience means encountering life's difficulties with courage and patience – refusing to ...
Sustainable business ethics on forefront of investor prioritiesBaruch College The TickerBy Anam Baig Sustainable business and business ethics were discussed on the 14th floor this past Tuesday by a panel of analysts who work to improve disclosure...
Yields from organic farming may not match those produced by farmers who use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, but there are other good reasons to buy and support organic–its health benefits, the good that it does for farm workers, even its animal-welfare rules.
As John Elkington celebrates SustainAbility's 25th anniversary, he explores the role the past 25 years will have on shaping sustainable development in the future (RT @GuardianSustBiz: John Elkington reflects on 25 years of @SustAbility and what will...
Joel Salatin, author of Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal, Holy Cows and Hog Heaven, and others has created a resilient organic farm that is nearly self-sustaining, with minimal inputs and “stage direction” from the farmers themselves.
It's Not the End of the World: Developing Resilience in Times of Change: Joan Z. Borysenko: 9781401926328: Amazon.com: Books (It's Not the End of the World: Developing Resilience in Times of Change (Hardcover): The world is in crisis .