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In this compact viewer we brought together a number of interesting video's on Organizational Development and Leadership.  You can navigate through the video's on the thumbnail bar, but you can also on the large video screen swipe to the next video.

Gervase Bushe on how leadership enables true partnership of all, by creating transparency, where people do not have to invent what is going on in the organization Gary Hamel on the need to reinvent management when organizations are faced with exponential change, the need for innovation and for creating the knowledge of tomorrow. Etienne Wenger elaborates on social learning and communities of practice Dave Snowden on Cynefin as a leader's framework for decision making in complexity. Ed Schein interviewed on Organizational Culture and Leadership. David Garvin and Amy Edmondson on Learning Organizations, capable of generating knowledge, change, innovation and relational learning. Gervase Bushe & Robert Marshak: First International Conference on Dialogic Organization Development A Peacock in the Land of the Penguins, or how difficult it can be to built a truly diverse organization Itay Talgam using conductors to reflect on the essence of leadership : 'being happy' from enabling others to play well together and let their stories heard. Ricardo Semler on Semco as an attempt to create an organization where individual ownership and accountability and maximizing contribution to the organization is key Michael Braungart on Cradle to Cradle or a world without trash (in German) Nassim Taleb explains in Antifragile how an organization and we as individuals can cope with a very volatile and changing world and context. Harrison Owen about the importance and breakthrough thinking in Open Space technology (with French subtitles) Frederic Laloux talks about his book on Reinventing Organizations
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