ARTICLES

The following are only a small selection of articles that have been written over a number a years and form a body of knowledge about diverse organisational issues and topics. Please feel free to browse at will. Return often for further thoughts and updates. A complete list of publications can be obtained by contacting the author.

Downloadable Articles:

Monologue Series:
Random samples from over 250 scripts written for ABC national radio broadcast since 2002. Contact us if you want more.
Some are available as 5MB MP3 audio feed.
  • Open Space Technology
  • Growing High Performance Teams
  • Creativity and Exercise
  • Small World Theory
  • Playing P.E.A.Nut
  • Turf Wars - The Territorial Imperitive
  • Sea Squirts & Organisations
  • The Wisdom of Crowds
  • Why do you want to innovate?
  • Reassessing Wealth
  • Upgrade Your Mind
  • The Art of Doing Nothing

    Keynote Series:
    We don't often write up our keynote (PowerPoint) presentations, but if we do, you'll find them here.
  • On Strategy, Culture & Leadership
  • Creative Leadership & Cultural Change (Part I)
  • 21st Century Leadership - A journey

    Workshop Series:
    Again, we tend not to create fixed workshop 'packages', but here are some that have found it into to written form.
  • Leadership in Action

    Strange Fruit:
    Some 'experimental' works which might hit a cord, then again they might not.
  • Efficiency and Performance
  • Management-Leadership task audit
  • Organisational Mental Model Exercise
  • Engagement in the Workplace
  • Spiral Dynamics reframed
  • Concentric Man - A Summary
  • Performance balancing act
  • Learning and Identity - a creative tension

  • Open Publication Policy Public Domain
    We strongly believe that information that could benefit humanity, society and the environment should be freely shared and distributed for non-commercial use. Please feel free to use any of the material contained in these documents in the spirit it is presented.
    We will be pleased to correct any attributions (mistakes in authorship) or references if they are brought to our attention.