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 (with Kiran Kandade) I was talking with a colleague who mentioned about a possible upcoming change initiative for a small town and we were exchanging ideas. The background of the town is not unlike that which many other towns and communities all over the world are facing. Weak economy, conflicts between various factions, and limited (if any) discussions on the visions and possibilities for the future. As jobs keep vanishing, the younger people are fleeing, leaving behind an ageing population facing extreme economic inequality. On the positive side, there is a lot of natural beauty in the form of a lake and a river that runs through the town, a rich heritage and history as well as a sense of belonging and community among those still there. The project will support people’s mind change by giving them tools for shifting their beliefs. And one analogy has popped up in our…

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Zygmunt Bauman's theory applied to organisational thinking. Competition through innovation is realised by a sudden impact followed by an immediate obsolescence. Innovation as a continuous driver for improvement, implies a fast changing organisation not only in terms of products and services but also regard to ideas and culture. New ideas serve to overtake old, obsolete knowledge. We are always looking for new better knowledge so we can throw away the old one... ... Get the whole article here

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