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122: Heeding Einstein’s Admonition- Use a different Mind to create new ideas

What does Einstein mean by “using a different mind to create a solution than the mind that created the problem”? This episode gives you a way to assess that— every time. We look at the alternatives to Feedback and why they fall short in this regard.  Why is the fix often little better or even […]

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121: Fixed, Growth, and Developmental Mindsets

Fixed Growth and Developmental Mindsets                       Sponsored by Numi Tea and REBBL. Please support our podcast by supporting our sponsors. Carol Dweck’s Growth Mindset There is one very popular piece of research which is making its way into the business world and it has a meaningful addition to […]

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120: Four Levels of Design Thinking

      Sponsored by Numi Tea and REBBL. Please support our podcast by supporting our sponsors.   Today’s topic is Design Thinking which has been used for years in the creative world, particularly product design. But has in the last decade become what might be called a social technology considered important in everything from software behind the […]

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119: The Hazard of Finding Truth in Scientific Research (Part 2)

        Sponsored by Numi Tea and REBBL. Please support our podcast by supporting our sponsors. Carol’s Question for us: Review the need for a research method to examine what lies behind the study, the interpretation, and the application into business programs. This is Part two on Paradigms of Research that was introduced in #118. Here […]

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118: The Hazard of Finding Truth in Scientific Research (Part 1)

  Sponsored by Numi Tea and REBBL. Please support our podcast by supporting our sponsors. Carol’s Question for us: Review the need for a method to examine what lies behind the research, the interpretation, and the application into business programs. Business second opinion has implemented a resource for viewers to call in and leave suggestions for future podcast […]

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117: Purpose for Organization

  Podcast Show Notes: #117 Sponsored by Numi Tea Carol’s Question for us: Examine how creating a purpose-driven organization and the value it has for getting employees fully engaged and energized about the business. A Purpose Driven Organization- Harvard Business Review The July-August Harvard Business Review had a cover story on creating a purpose driven […]

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116: First Principles of Regeneration

Podcast Show Notes: #116  Carol’s Lesson: Examine what regeneration is and how the term is used in modern society. What is Regeneration? Regeneration is a process that only happens in Living Systems. It requires us to learn to see and work with life as living. We have spent so much time damaging things that are […]

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115: Certification – A Plague on Regenerative Practice

  Listen to the episode: Podcast Show Notes 115: Certification Carol’s Lesson: Examine what a certification is, how it is applicable in today’s business, and who should get one. What is a certification? A certification is a formal process whereby a community of knowledgeable, experienced, and skilled representatives of an organization, such as the International […]

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114: Five Criteria for Regenerative Work Design

Listen to the episode: Podcast Show Notes: #114 Carol’s Lesson: A framework for regenerative work designs typically consists of five criteria. Five Criteria Everyone in the organization is connected, directly, to real customers and consumers to be able to initiate endeavors for their customer’s benefit, including evolve their business/lives. Work is tied to overarching strategy […]

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113: Principles for Work Design Infrastructure

  Podcast Show Notes #113 Why Holacracy is not new and not an improvement. How would we know what is? Carol’s Lesson: Examine the various ways that Holacracy is not different from traditional hierarchical businesses. Critiques of Holacracy from Harvard Business Review to Strategy & Management The most surprising revelations is how the evaluations are […]

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