Why do large organizations struggle with harnessing innovation? Peter Senge, a renowned learning expert and professor at MIT speaks to IEG on what it takes to nurture innovation in large organizations such as the World Bank. View video […]
Next Generation Leaders
We are in a time of deep questioning and change, a time of opportunity and possibility for a new way of being with each other and the earth. The questions we speak of are global in nature. We have surpassed seven billion people, we are experiencing the direct impacts of climate uncertainty, societal transformation and escalating globalization, and technology has transformed the way we operate, communicate and connect.
When: June 21-23, 2016
Where: The Warren Center, Ashland, MA, USA
What: Join Peter Senge and Darcy Winslow for the Society for Organizational Learning North America’s (SoL NA) interactive, three-day Leading Sustainable Transformation workshop and learn with a diverse group of peers how to make sustainability a core value in your organization, supply chain or community. The program is designed for organizational leaders at all levels, from […]
The Stanford Social Innovation Review Winter 2014 edition feature article “The Dawn of System Leadership” by Peter Senge, Hal Hamilton and John Kania describes the need for “system leaders” – those who catalyze collective leadership, to address society’s most intractable problems. The magazine also features a supplement article, “System Leaders for Sustainable Food”, by Hal Hamilton. […]
The Sustainable Food Lab’s Leadership Summit is a rare opportunity to connect with industry peers and learn more about critical issues in the food system. Participants come away with new partners and tools to support their efforts to drive sustainability in agricultural supply chains.
Core to the Annual Leadership Summit is a focus on building our individual and collective capacity to […]