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  • - Tomorrow Makers in action - Requisite Variety
    evolution of the Knowledge Worker What Do You Do With An Idea What s in a Logo Libraries and Museums The Origin of Our Design Axioms The Power of Backcasting A timeline of the use and spread of the term Group Genius TEDx Livermore Uncorking Creativity with Group Genius follow us on Twitter Tomorrow Makers in action 50th Annual Meeting of the ISSS 7 Requisite Variety 50th Annual Meeting of

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  • - Tomorrow Makers in action -
    bookshelf photos search contact log in recent posts Niche Economies Our 2016 Stories The evolution of the Knowledge Worker What Do You Do With An Idea What s in a Logo Libraries and Museums The Origin of Our Design Axioms The Power of Backcasting A timeline of the use and spread of the term Group Genius TEDx Livermore Uncorking Creativity with Group Genius follow us on Twitter Tomorrow Makers in

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  • - Tomorrow Makers in action -
    bookshelf photos search contact log in recent posts Niche Economies Our 2016 Stories The evolution of the Knowledge Worker What Do You Do With An Idea What s in a Logo Libraries and Museums The Origin of Our Design Axioms The Power of Backcasting A timeline of the use and spread of the term Group Genius TEDx Livermore Uncorking Creativity with Group Genius follow us on Twitter Tomorrow Makers in

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  • - Tomorrow Makers in action - Serious Play
    Worker What Do You Do With An Idea What s in a Logo Libraries and Museums The Origin of Our Design Axioms The Power of Backcasting A timeline of the use and spread of the term Group Genius TEDx Livermore Uncorking Creativity with Group Genius follow us on Twitter Tomorrow Makers in action 50th Annual Meeting of the ISSS 7 Serious Play 50th Annual Meeting of the ISSS 1 3

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  • - Tomorrow Makers in action - Stories of the Future
    Stories The evolution of the Knowledge Worker What Do You Do With An Idea What s in a Logo Libraries and Museums The Origin of Our Design Axioms The Power of Backcasting A timeline of the use and spread of the term Group Genius TEDx Livermore Uncorking Creativity with Group Genius follow us on Twitter Tomorrow Makers in action 50th Annual Meeting of the ISSS 7 Stories of the Future

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  • - Tomorrow Makers' Journal
    behaviour I learned how easy it was to inspire and challenge them They naturally fell into working together learning together Learning is a lifelong experience that begins at birth and never ends There is a direct relationship between self image and learning Environments affect learning Learning is optimized in creative trusting environments that provide experience exploration risk taking and mastery Learning is an interdependent process involving cooperation and collaboration Learning involves the engagement of body mind and spirit An individual s potential for learning is unknown without high expectations this potential may never be realized People excel when they experience high expectations and appropriate challenge Peak performance is driven by vision and a hunger for a preferred state Learning is a multi modal multi sensory multi intelligences experience Each individual is responsible for his her learning and for contributing to the learning of others Education is not the same thing as training To educate means to lead forward and thus to guide an open ended process characterized by self conscious and discretionary activity To train means to draw or drag behind and refers to a closed process of making things habitual or automatic Learning requires both education and training Learning happens at different rates for each individual it can be facilitated but not forced as it occurs when the individual is ready Learning is best achieved by defining the learning process as a system and continually taking action to optimize the performance of that system By establishing a system which both exemplifies and expects responsibility from each individual and which embeds life long learning into every segment of society full and healthy employment will result From our Redesigning the Future Proposal 1972 I can remember in 1980 doing an early version of our Backcasting module We asked people to find

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  • - FAQ
    Replies Views Updated What is Group Genius by Tomorrow Makers on August 9 2006 1 February 18 2015 Talk about Tipping Points by Tomorrow Makers on August 9 2006 0 August 9 2006 Tomorrow Makers in the Media by Tomorrow Makers on August 10 2006 0 August 10 2006 What s with the phrase Phase Transition by Tomorrow Makers on August 29 2006 1 August 29 2006 Sapiential Leadership by

    Original URL path: http://www.tomorrowmakers.org/frequent-conversations (2016-04-24)
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  • - Tomorrow Makers' Journal - This Moment in Time
    how long and hard the old paradigm could hold on and constrain new organizing patterns With our mission in hand we went forth as a for profit business wondering if we could put our ideas and ethics into the market place and be profitable Over the years we facilitated many good events and worked with clients on their stickiest problems No one was interested in paradigm shifts however Whether for profit or not it was all about near term bottom line scarcities and or profits This month that changed I had the opportunity in collaboration with The Value Web to design and facilitate a workshop called This Moment in Time The workshop focused on the emergent paradigm and the part we as thought leaders designers and entrepreneurs could do to help shape the paradigm and give it meaning for ourselves We only had two days but within that time we took leaps and bounds in our understanding of this moment in time and how we could play our hands and attract others to join in our efforts To me it was two days of practicing together how to explore design consider and collaborate our way forth into the new paradigm In those two days we stepped into a different world Many of the factors were the same but the framing was very different and the thoughts and actions produced were fresh unencumbered with the old One thing we all recongized is that we needed each other s ideas There was a great play of ideas building on each other creating new questions And best of all we recognized many many new products and services seeding maturing gaining ground as we were The future as always will be created by the actions of each and every individual This time however we

    Original URL path: http://www.tomorrowmakers.org/journal/2009/3/28/this-moment-in-time.html (2016-04-24)
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