Excerpt from: Developmental Stories: Lessons of Systemic Change for Success in Implementing the New Common Core Standards

Innovation in curriculum, instruction, and assessment has the potential transform the culture and process of school from being teacher-centric to being truly learner-centric. Over the past decades, much has been learned about child- and adult development, the diverse ways in which learners learn, the multiple intelligences they embody, the social and emotional aspects of learning, and the basics of the […]

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Driving Out Fear in Organizations by Thinking Systemically

Continuing our series in response to invitation by www.nofear-community.com  ‘No Fear’ author Pekka Viljakainen to outline how we would drive out fear from the workplace and how we would accommodate the post-digital generation of talent.
At Intelligent Management, we support organizations in driving out fear through the adoption of the Decalogue™ methodology. This is a unique synergy of Dr. Deming’s philosophy […]

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What is the real question? by Darcy Winslow

 

 

Two years ago as I was preparing to embark on my third Sacred Passage with John Milton, one of the Academy founders, I had just watched the documentary 180o South, by Jeff Johnson. One quote from Jeff resonated deeply with me, and apropos for introducing the Academy for Systemic Change: “A friend once told me that the best journeys answer […]

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Can we bring 50% of the world’s wild fish under sustainable management in 10 years? by Hal Hamilton

 The Academy for Systemic Change and the Sustainable Food Lab are supporting the launch of a new global initiative.
Consensus is growing among international leaders that with proven solutions, focused investment and collaboration we can restore fisheries worldwide to abundance in our lifetimes. The World Bank’s Global Partnership for Oceans has set the goal of 50% restoration in 10 years.

No one […]

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