Monthly Archives: April 2011

How to use Chaos as a Change Agent.

There are times in any change project when we have to decide how to migrate from the status quo to a new way of working. Most projects try to migrate smoothly, one step at a time, from A to B, … Continue reading

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Leadership Styles c900 AD

Mas‘ūdī was a geographer / historian from Baghdād, born around 890 AD he died in Egypt in 956 AD. He travelled extensively, studying the great religions of the world. He observed, recorded and reported his findings in many texts including … Continue reading

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Leadership Styles c415 BC

Herodotus was a Greek, writing from Egypt, almost 2500 years ago. Here is a summary of his report of three Greeks who were debating the optimum form of government (or leadership) for Persia; i.e. monarchy, oligarchy or democracy. Otanes, spoke … Continue reading

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