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Copied over from the Facebook group, March 2015:Really interesting keynote by Dave Snowden on Complexity and the Cynfin Framework - Definitely challenges some of the methodological frames that often…Continue
Hello Everyone,I am hosting my first WC event mid July 2016 to re enforce company values. Juanita Brown from the WCC has suggested I ask on here for some help and advice... Sorry for the long…Continue
Bonjour,nous sommes le collectif des Fêtes de la Paix et en partenariat avec 2 associations de Solidarité Internationale nous proposons dans le cadre du Service Civique une mission rémunérée qui…Continue
Some of you have already registered. If you consider joining us for a 3 day intensive training in Lisbon, Portugal on 22-25 September, I'd like to let you know that Early Bird rates will be available until this Friday, June 17th.
Posted by Mira Bangel on June 14, 2016 at 8:00am
We are hosting a free event on developing the entrepreneurial skills of collaboration and creativity, by playing a fun Monopoly-type board game called FreshBiz. This game was developed in Israel and tests the impact of our actions on others and the benefits of collaborating. We do not charge anything but ask participants to contribute with $10 to any of their…Continue
Posted by Federico Renzo Grayeb on June 6, 2016 at 11:30am