Larry Solow and Denise Easton presented at the 2011 Non-Profit Resources Conference on October 10, 2011 in Washington, DC. Their talk was titled, “A Complexity-Based Approach to Strategic Planning.” Click on the link below to learn more about the Conference. … Continue reading
The Institute for Civic Leadership’s Summer Leadership Academy brings together high school students from around the world to deepen their knowledge, skills, and experience in service leadership. This 14 day experience is intended to help participants learn about the “who,” … Continue reading
Larry and Denise presented at the Eighth ICCS Conference on June 28th in Boston, MA. Their subject was “Navigating the Complexity Space.” The presentation was well-received, stimulating a number of follow-up conversations with other participants.
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Larry Solow presented at the May 2011 southern NJ chapter meeting of the Association for Operations Management. The subject was “Navigating the Complexity Space.”
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Larry and Denise presented at the New Jersey OD Network Annual Sharing Day.
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Complex Adaptive Learning: A New Paradigm for Organizational Learning Complex Adaptive Learning (CAL) is a concept that integrates Human Systems Dynamics (HSD), adult learning theory, brain science, and contemporary change management to offer a different way to learn.CAL focuses on … Continue reading
“3 Truths about Business Improvement – in 27 Minutes” Click here to see an on-demand recording of the actual Webinar Click here to download a .pdf of the slides used during the presentation Webinar Description Insanity is doing what you’ve … Continue reading
Successful Presentation at ASQ’s World Conference for Quality and Improvement On May 24th, 2010, Larry Solow and his co-author, Brenda Fake, presented a concurrent session at this year’s conference in St. Louis. The title was Complexity, Quality and Adaptive Change … Continue reading