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Flock Not Clock
Design, Align, and Lead to Achieve Your Vision
Flock Not Clock is for CEOs and leaders who want to design and manage their organizations to be laser-focused yet highly adaptive. This book explores four functions that are core to any form of organization (from natural organisms to human organizations) and offers practical steps for implementation.
Systems Thinking Made Simple
New Hope for Solving Wicked Problems
Systems thinking can help us solve everyday and wicked problems, increase our personal effectiveness as human beings, and transform our organizations. This book is for anyone interested in learning the foundational ideas of systems thinking. Systems Thinking Made Simple doesn't mean that we're going to oversimplify it like a ... for Dummies book. It means that we will show how systems thinking emerges when we focus on a simple set of rules. After years of searching for unifying principles, many experts and practitioners in the field of systems thinking have embraced DSRP as universal to all systems thinking methods. Originally a complex mathematical formulation, DSRP has since been made more accessible through powerful modeling and visualization tools.
Thinking at Every Desk
Four Simple Skills to Transform Your Classroom (Norton Books in Education)
Cutting-edge skills for twenty-first-century learners and educators. Designed to transform teaching practice, this book provides the tools to understand thinking patterns and how learning actually happens. It empowers teachers to structure learning in the most meaningful way, helping students explore new paths to knowledge.
The Routledge Handbook of Systems Thinking
Forthcoming in 2019. Edited by Derek Cabrera, Laura Cabrera, and Gerald Midgley
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