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Success by Challenging Assumptions (Part I)

by Social Media & Virtual Learning Specialist at Learning Chi, Inc. on Oct 13, 2009

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Part one of a two part workshop on Creating Success by Challenging Assumptions with Stephanie Nestlerode, Omega Point International, Inc. and LaDonna Coy, Learning for Change, Inc. for the Texas SPF ...

Part one of a two part workshop on Creating Success by Challenging Assumptions with Stephanie Nestlerode, Omega Point International, Inc. and LaDonna Coy, Learning for Change, Inc. for the Texas SPF SIG community grantees. All materials are located at http://bit.ly/xQSu9

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  • hudali15 Ali Anani, PhD, Managing Partner at Phenomena Communications LaDonna, this is a great presentation. I wrote a presentation two years ago on docstoc entitled 'Thinking in the box'. My approach was the need to know where you are (which box you are in) to know where to go (what ideas to generate). Why in the box and not out of the box> Because self-organizing system rearrange within defined boundaries. Being under pressure to accommodate their increasing numbers within limited space they change the box. I love this presentation. 2 years ago
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