In transition times leaders should be aware of the hidden and intangible assets of their organizations or communities. While linear—analytical assessment tools face major difficulties in meeting this challenge, we suggest that the use of archetypal models as knowledge systems can be of help. A new tool, based on the use of geometrical patterns and aiming to reveal and assess a system’s capacity and maturity for change, is presented here.
Creating community is difficult under the best of motivated conditions. Activating community to actually accomplish an aligned goal is something else entirely. Just ask any currently elected official about the intractable thinking of their compatriots and we can see where the problems invariably arise. But just because there are some over ego-fed politicians foraging through […]