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Chris Rodgers replied to Bob MacKenzie's discussion Reciprocity in organisational life
"Thanks again, David. You're quite right about the focus of Claptrap, which is on how best to get one's message across. In this case, that simply provided the context for my more substantive point (or Ann Brennan's) that there is…"
Sunday
Chris Rodgers replied to Bob MacKenzie's discussion Reciprocity in organisational life
"Thanks for the comment, David. You helpfully and generously highlight the importance of our listening to others - an essential ingredient in efforts to achieve social cohesion alongside meaningful progress. It seems to me that this practice is…"
Sunday
Chris Rodgers replied to David McAra's discussion Complex Responsive Processes
"David, An interesting example of the complex responsive process of human interaction, methinks! As a related aside, my review of Stacey's 2010 book, Complexity and Organizational Reality, appeared in the Spring 2010 edition of e-O&P.…"
Feb 20, 2014
David McAra commented on Chris Rodgers's status
"Thanks for pointing this out, Chris.  Now sorted.    David"
Jun 16, 2012
Chris Rodgers posted a status
"The Members' download link from Alison's Spring eO&P editorial goes to Julie's Summer edition."
Jun 16, 2012
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Collaborative Advantage – Interdependence and cooperation across traditional boundaries at Cass Business School

March 25, 2010 from 6pm to 9pm
Organisations define and redefine themselves in response to new demands and opportunities that emerge from changing conditions. The popular use of outsourcing, for instance, is a familiar strategy often driven by twin demands to cut costs and improve delivery. Public and private enterprise now faces more complex systemic demands, which challenge us to organise and cooperate across traditional boundaries.New research demonstrates how collaborative inquiry can be a source of innovative thinking…See More
Mar 14, 2010
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Responding to Climate Change - How to match organisational capacity with effective strategic and operational response at London - Cass Business School

November 26, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm
The session will be led by Fiona Ellis and David Ballard. It will address the following questions:What enables one organisation to tackle climate change more effectively than another?How can leaders identify when initiatives are likely to stall and what is needed in order to create progress?This workshop presents PACT, a research-based framework for strategic capacity building designed to help organisations respond to pressure for climate change mitigation and adaptation - as well as other…See More
Nov 17, 2009
Bob MacKenzie replied to Chris Rodgers's discussion STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM" in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Yes, Chris I realised that I had broken the rules. I'll try to do better next time! best wishes. Bob"
Jun 11, 2009
Chris Rodgers replied to Chris Rodgers's discussion STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM" in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Great poems chaps! But you've both broken Bonto rules 8 and 9. As Basil might say, "Your Sybils are Fawlty". This is the most challenging bit - keeping the number of syllables down to a maximum of eight per line and making sure that…"
Jun 11, 2009
Bob MacKenzie replied to Chris Rodgers's discussion STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM" in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Hi, Chris To my horror, the faceless and unstoppable force of the internet saved my previous juvenalia whilst I was still in the process of scribbling, and my previous posting was not as I would have wished it to appear! Since I can't erase…"
Jun 11, 2009
Bob MacKenzie replied to Chris Rodgers's discussion STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM" in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Brilliant, Chris and Paul! How about: The new generation are little bloggers, Creating posts as memory joggers. What this means for the future of writing Poses questions most exciting. Ugh - and apologies! Thanks for the challenge. Bob"
Jun 10, 2009
Paul Z Jackson replied to Chris Rodgers's discussion STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM" in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Organisations are never static. People involved are too erratic. What if our expectancy Took account of complexity?"
Jun 10, 2009
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STIMULATE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH DE BONO'S IDEA OF A "BONTO POEM"

A couple of days ago, I came across an idea by Edward de Bono which he calls a "bonto poem". If you fancy a little creativity on the poetry front, the bonto offers a potential answer. It challenges the writer to create a poem that ‘makes a point’ within a strict set of rules – and using just four lines of verse.The following rules for the bonto are reproduced from a post on The De Bono Society site:The first line…See More
Jun 10, 2009
Chris Rodgers replied to Bob MacKenzie's discussion 'Writing Futures: An informal workshop by the sea', Thursday 21 May, 1000-1630, Friends Meeting House, Brighton in the group AMED Writers' Group
"Sounds like a great day, Bob. Sorry I couldn't make it."
May 22, 2009

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At 3:56 on May 5, 2009, Bob MacKenzie said…
Hi, Chris
Would you like to sign up specifically for the AMED Writers' Group (Community/Groups)? Because you're already registered on the mani Network, your photo should automatically appear in the AWG page. but if it doesn't, please re-post it there.

Best wishes. Bob
At 11:28 on March 30, 2009, Belina Raffy said…
Hi Chris!

Welcome aboard! Let us know if you have any comments about the emerging site!

Best wishes,
Belina
 
 
 

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