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Confusing Unison, Harmony, and High Crea...

Confusing Unison, Harmony, and High Creativity

  Recent studies suggest that too much harmony or collaboration is bad, killing creativity and value-generation.  They find that too much time spent agreeing with everybody else and minimizing differences leads to lower creativity and innovation.  While they might be right, I suggest they are confusing interacting in unison with interacting in harmony. Unison means […]

A Transformational Journey within a Corp...

A Transformational Journey within a Corporate Ecosystem

In this case study, Annabel and Ana Claudia describe the experience of taking a group in a global financial services company on a transformational journey to the experience of a higher level of harmonic vibrancy, through the development of new, more collaborative practices.  These practices led to demonstrable improvements in performance and outcomes.  As Annabel shares, […]

Ecosynomics: The Agreements Guiding Huma...

Ecosynomics: The Agreements Guiding Human Interacions (free online course)

Ecosynomics (13 sessions) This course develops your awareness of and capacity to shift the fundamental agreements that most influence your daily experience and outcomes.  This course is a companion to the book Ecosynomics: The Science of Abundance.  Parts of this course are conceptual and parts are quite technical.  Through this course, you will learn how to (1) describe […]

Audio of Radio Interview

Audio of Radio Interview

Ecosynomics and Harmonic Vibrancy John Schmidt interviewed ISC President Jim Ritchie-Dunham on March 14, 2011 about the emergence in business and communities of ecosynomics, harmonic vibrancy, and presence-centered evolutionary leadership on this radio show.  Click here to listen to that 57-minute show (http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/52588/harmonic-vibrancy).

Living Ecosynomics: Brand Stewardship at...

Living Ecosynomics: Brand Stewardship at THORLO

This is a story about a company whose idealistic and successful leader has long been engaged in re-inventing it as an American-based, community-rooted, sustainable manufacturer and retailer. Entrepreneurial leaders, at their best, are valued for a capacity to read the changes taking place in the world and respond creatively to open up new value creating […]