Every time I drive through downtown Miami, it strikes me how much the skyline's changed during the past 25 years. The sparse city center forever immortalized in the 1980s by Miami Vice is now a mega-metropolis densely populated by condos and skyscrapers—monolithic structures of steel, concrete, and glass glistening off the waters of Biscayne Bay in the hot sun. And they continue to rise, year after year. What I—along with several thousands of other Miamians—didn't know was that most of these new edifices are eco-...
Adam Kahane’s powerful, 2010 book Power and Love: The Theory and Practice of Social Change brings together two theories and practices that I believe will inform the work we need to do now and in the future to address the critical needs of human existence in the 21st century and beyond. This work centers around addressing the systemic and relational problems that limit our ability to live in harmony with each other and with nature. Many people recognize today that we are facing failure in our social, governmental,...
In 2010, IBM researchers conducted a study to figure what makes today's CEO tick. The organization interviewed 1,500 CEOs worldwide to examine their priorities, uncover what sets the best organizations apart, and determine what's on their minds. Researchers found evidence suggesting that managing complexity in today's fastpace world involves: promoting and leading with greater creativity, enhancing customer engagement, and being more nimble in the face of change. Based on the information collected, researchers were able to identify...
Saturday, July 9, 2011, marked a great milestone for the African continent with the birth of a new nation—the Republic of South Sudan. Traditional and contemporary media outlets across the globe highlighted the new nation's independence day celebrations as they unfolded in Juba, South Sudan’s capital. As many countries welcome South Sudan to the United Nations and the world stage, images and voices jubilant with exhilaration light up television screens, Internet-based forums, and all media celebrating the monumental, self-...
In the 2003 book Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change, authors John G. Corlett and Carol S. Pearson model the organizational psyche in two layers: conscious and unconscious. The authors assert that the ego-driven actions and behaviors of those leading the organization manifest activity and shape organizational culture. The unconscious layer—the heart of psychologist Carl Jung’s analytical psychology—provides the psychic energy necessary for conscious actions....
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