Planning 2013 'Frontiers' Conference

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Planning 2013 'Frontiers' Conference

Time: September 14, 2012 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm
Location: Roots and Shoots
Street: Walnut Tree Walk
City/Town: London, SE11 6DN
Website or Map:…
Phone: 020 7587 1131
Event Type: planning, workshop
Organized By: Linda Williams
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2012

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AMED is re-launching our high profile Frontiers Conference series in 2013. We invite you to bring your ideas, energy and enthusiasm to design the event and get the plan together. Please come along and help to shape the future at Roots & Shoots, London SE11 6DN, 14th September 3.15 – 4.30 pm to help plan AMED’s 2013 Frontiers Conference.  If you can’t get there then, you can email your ideas to You can confirm your attendance also by emailing,  there is no charge for this event.

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Comment by Linda Williams on September 12, 2012 at 15:53

We have seven people attending this event. Thanks to everyone who sent ideas to There is still time to contribute your suggestions and/or attend.

Comment by Linda Williams on September 6, 2012 at 11:02

Chris, we will post information about previous conferences on this page as soon as possible. Donal, thank you for your ideas. Please keep posting them and we will report back following our planning meeting on the 14th - seven attendees so far.

Comment by Donal Carroll on September 5, 2012 at 11:44

Edgy Frontiers

Hi All (left this on Linda's wall but not sure can be seen by all?) 

Apologies -unfortunately I'm away but good luck with this event. Your email asked for some ideas -thought pls feel free to delete if covered/irrelevant:

 we can't get to (even perceive) new frontiers without dismantling the pathways to the old ones.  Traditional business thinking has produced low trust with high cost in increased disengagement: the 100 year old management model still accrues organisational debt, the business model privileges producers, and the learning model pretends individual learning produces collective learning. All are now barriers to development.We need reinvent the management model to multiply trust, the business model for more complex customer value, and learning model for significant collective learning together. And use the learning model as midwife for the changes. These would get organisations to their next stage of development faster.  Well that's what my new book Managing Value brings evidence for anyway! Apologies for the self -promotion. 

Incidentally I tried these ideas with AMED a few years back along with ways to use social media but perhaps didn't explain them v well. No takers -even at the ideas level. So any new stuff needs a lot of tin-openers!  AMED should be 'an incubator of edginess'.  Good luck with the Conference!  

Comment by Chris Grieve on September 4, 2012 at 4:48

I would love to have come to this, but alas I shall be elsewhere in the country working with a client. I am curious about previous 'high profile Frontiers Conferences'. Is there any information online about them. I'd love to make a contribution to the ideas & planning phase, but would like to understand a little more about what went before. Can anyone help with that?

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