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The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
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Started this discussion. Last reply by David McAra Sep 30, 2009.

 

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AWG: 'Walking and writing', with Alison Piasecka at Roots and Shoots

June 20, 2014 from 1:15pm to 4:30pm
Alison writes 'Walking and Writing' in London is a prelude to the themes we will be exploring subsequently at OST 2014 from my home in Tostat, in the foothills of the French Pyrenees. So, for this AMED Writers’ Group session, I thought it would be good to highlight some of the themes that particularly intrigue me, and open…See More
Apr 24, 2014
Andrew Carey replied to Bob MacKenzie's discussion Leadership Paradoxes
"A paradox that has been dancing around for me since the event has to do with dissolving leadership altogether. As a strong believer in the notion that the wise leader (like the philosopher king and benevolent despot) is a temporary stopgap whilst we…"
Apr 16, 2014
Bob MacKenzie left a comment for Andrew Carey
"Dear Andrew It would be delightful to see you on Friday if you can make it. Best wishes.  Bob"
Apr 7, 2014
Andrew Carey might attend Bob MacKenzie's event
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'Leadership Paradoxes' - a Joint AMED Writers' Group/Exeter University CLS Network post-publication workshop at Roots & Shoots

April 11, 2014 from 10:30am to 3:30pm
A joint AMED / Exeter University CLS Network post-publication workshop following the outstanding Autumn 2013 ‘Leadership Paradoxes’ issue of e-O&P, which was guest edited by the CLS Network of Exeter University.'Leadership Paradoxes'Click here to read the editorial of the 'Leadership Paradoxes' edition of e-O&P, and to find out more about the journal's contents.Purpose and ProcessThis is a welcome…See More
Apr 7, 2014
Andrew Carey replied to Bob MacKenzie's discussion Developing leadership and knowledge through the social process of writing: follow-up to Rob Warwick's AWG session at Cass Business School on 17 August
"Rob, Reading your write-up - I'm sorry I wasn't there - what jumps out is your point about what's lost in the 'confident retelling'. How narrative smooths over the cracks and masks the ambiguities. It's true of all…"
Sep 18, 2012
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David McAra replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Andrew has been kind enough to offer a 20% discount on all Triaarchy books to Full AMED Members."
Sep 30, 2009
Bob MacKenzie replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"So, Andrew A lutta continua ... Best wishes. Bob"
Sep 23, 2009
Andrew Carey replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Bob, Yes, that's very interesting about Wikipedia. My hunch would be that, as with tides, liberalism, skirts, etc. there will be a constant ebb/flow, to/fro, up/down between the forces of inclusionism and deletionism."
Sep 22, 2009
Andrew Carey replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"David: Thanks for your message. I'll sort out an AMED discount tomorrow (Wednesday) and let you (all) know what it is and how to order. Andrew"
Sep 1, 2009
David McAra replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Reading the notes made me dizzy and I didn't follow many of the links. I wish I'd been there. Melanie's comment gives me some encouragement although I'm still unsure about how to deal with my feelings of overwhelm. I am comforted…"
Aug 29, 2009
Melanie Greene replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Reading all this about knowledge and how much more we can accumulate on and from the net I was remindered of the following quote from Tao Te Ching: ‘Along the way to knowledge, Many things are accumulated. Along the way to wisdom, Many things…"
Aug 27, 2009
Donal Carroll replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Great stuff Andrew, thank you for the stimulants on Friday. Love that pic - like you're directing a contemplative prequel to a mess of Wallender, Marx, eco-systems in paradise (or Parkhead), cleavage, pastry, underwater publishing and Mack the…"
Aug 25, 2009
Deborah Ann Booth replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Andrew and Bob I'd like to respond to your very thoughtproviking ideas about the future (or lack of) publishing and web information (specifically WIKIPEDIA) from the angle of the Consumer of the Information. Although I cannot articulate this…"
Aug 24, 2009
Bob MacKenzie replied to Andrew Carey's discussion The future of the book, reading, publishing and organisations
"Andrew For me, so many hares were set up running in this session that I hardly know where to start. However, one particular hare that's currently exercising me (for fairly obvious reasons!) is that of editing in the context of the freedom and…"
Aug 24, 2009

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Where do you live and work (City)?
Axminster
What kind of person are you?
Evening
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community
What do you do for your own development?
Movement work with Sandra Reeve - www.moveintolife.co.uk
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At 11:23 on April 7, 2014, Bob MacKenzie said…

Dear Andrew

It would be delightful to see you on Friday if you can make it.

Best wishes.  Bob

At 10:53 on July 13, 2009, Bob MacKenzie said…
Dear Andrew

I hope you are well. When you've got a moment in the next week or so, perhaps we could arrange to have a chat about the session you'll be facilitating for the AWG on 21 August? Can you suggest a couple of times convenient to you when I might call you?

Best wishes. Bob
At 12:54 on May 14, 2009, Bob MacKenzie said…
Dear Andrew

Welcome to the AWG space. best wishes. Bob
At 11:49 on May 14, 2009, David McAra said…
Hi, Andrew. Welcome. Triarchy looks very interesting. How many are you there? So does Move into Life. Did you know about us already or find us by chance?

David
 
 
 

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