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03/03/2017
David Rutley

We kicked off the year promising to deconstruct the process of meaningful change. And we noted that meaningful change requires designing strong and intentional solutions to address business challenges. Below is our second installment in...

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01/11/2017
Marsha Dunn

The turning of the calendar year brings the notion of change to the fore. The New Year excites with the potential for personal transformation while reminding us of its difficulty (this year I really am going to use my gym membership). Organizations, too, enter 2017 with renewed hopes of meaningful change and all the same challenges we face in overcoming inertia. But organizations face at least two additional realities that individuals just don’t.  First, for...

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12/03/2015
Marsha Dunn

Hit pause.

Where are you? What happened today? Yesterday? Last week? Last year? The last 20 years? Who was there? What did you do? Feel? Love? Laugh at? Think about?

Select all.

Delete all.

Repeat every five seconds.

Such were the instructions hardcoded into...

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11/18/2015
Marsha Dunn

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“I’ve had the experience of walking into a client’s office a year and half after we did a session with them and finding that the giant foam core boards containing our single frame visuals are still up on the wall, and still...

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11/12/2015
Bree Sanchez

Our current series on the Aesthetics of Change has inspired us to talk more about power of art to transform us on an individual and collective level. In our second voice postcard on this topic, a few more Collective Nexters sat down with podcast producer Katherine Gorman to discuss works of art that have had a lasting impact on them personally.

In this...

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11/05/2015
Marsha Dunn

“In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.”
Yogi Berra

As Yogi makes (un)clear—as only Yogi could—the relationship between theory and practice is anything...

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