Monthly Archives: June 2016

Heading For The Br(oken)exit: FLUX And The Dissolution Of Dialogic Relating

The insight for us and FLUX is that FLUX in an organization or group is not just “experience with a degree of difference beyond our capacity to understand and respond.” At the social level FLUX is seen in that little … Continue reading

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It’s Always A Day Away: BREXIT, FLUX, and “tellers of the new story”

Remarkably, it is 14 years since an email I sent about lighting on her DVD, resulted in an invitation to meet Margaret Wheatley for breakfast. We’d met briefly a few times at presentations she had done in the D.C. area. … Continue reading

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