Category Archives: change agent

The Art of Simplexity

Are you tired of dealing with complexity? Every day, more and more people realize how difficult it is to deal with it. You may call it VUCA (what my colleagues and I from the Socio-Technical Systems – Design Roundtable call iVUCA) or maybe you don’t have a word

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The Art of Designing an Intervention

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Last week we attended the Great Lakes Exchange. Steve Cady, the author who along with Peggy Holman and Tom Devane wrote The Change Handbook, that compiles over 60 Whole Systems Methods, received us at the Nexus4Change headquarters. We had a lovely dinner and got to meet other members

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Leading Organizational Change through large group interventions

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Organizational change is a constant nowadays. Few organizations have been spared from major changes: either the introduction of a new technology, changes in the operation, or in the services they offer, or even adapting to new expectations of their customers or users. Organizational changes, when are not designed

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Agents of Change

Through the years we have applied, read and discussed principles that Process Consultants and Change Agents use when facilitating change with individuals and organizations.  Here is the summary of the principles gathered from the practice of Human Systems Interveners (colleagues from my Master’s program at Concordia University), as well as friends and colleagues working

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