All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘chaos’

Leading into the Future VI:  Postmodern Perspectives on Organizational Life

Leading into the Future VI: Postmodern Perspectives on Organizational Life

We must discard that which is superficially interesting but transitory and determine that which we individually and collectively should attend to at any point in time.

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Optimal Collaboration: A Three-Tiered Process

Optimal Collaboration: A Three-Tiered Process

Pressing global problems require optimal methods of collaboration to ensure that societies move toward progress and not chaos. At present, however, a breakdown in collaboration has materialized in the form of political polarization, social unrest, governmental impasse, and the fraying of democratic institutions.

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The New Johari Window: #9 Turbulence

The New Johari Window: #9 Turbulence

The condition of turbulence is perhaps best described by drawing an analogy between postmodern relationships and the complex dynamics of white water streams.

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The New Johari Window: #8 Unpredictability

The New Johari Window: #8 Unpredictability

Many relationships that could be labeled postmodern are poised on the edge of chaos. Chaos is defined here as a state of unpredictability—as a system in which certainty and uncertainty are in interplay with one another.

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