People, creative processes and social dynamics are few of those fascinating ingredients that we all face and that can have huge impact on everyday’s life within organisations.
As an eternal learner with a former past in a Management department, organisational theory is something I used to keep an eye on, keeping my own lenses. These are notes and ideas I published on Legoviews that will need further research and development, but perhaps they might be inspiring and interesting for anyone following a similar path:
- Organisations as organisms: consciousness and wellness [26/04/2013] ~ What are organisations? If organisations are organisms, living and conscious entities, organisations’ health and wellbeing takes a new leap.
- Put knowledge into action and build organisational wisdom: LSP and DIKW [06/04/2013] ~ Organisations’ wisdom is the ultimate goal. By looking at the DIKW (Data Information Knowledge Wisdom) pyramid, an LSP connection emerged…
- Unveiling Knowledge: pre-linguistic experiences and metaphors [02/03/2013] ~ Thoughts about the impact of physical experiences in the way we conceptualise and express our ideas.
- Play to build organisations’ social capital [23/02/2013] ~ If organisations are social entities, how can we capitalise on such a resource and overcome the individualistic approach?
- Building Knowledge [17/02/2013] ~ What is knowledge? How can we build our knowledge and become learners? Reflecting on the construction of knowledge and the maieutic approach.
- Situated identities: a safety net to serious play [10/02/2013]: The difference between playing safe and playing seriously lies literally in the ability to play. Situated identities are the key element to enhance our ability to put ourselves into play.
- Harkness Table and LSP: Differences and similarities [02/02/2013] ~ Capitalising on teams and on collaborative processes is not something new in education. A comparison between a maieutic approach with LEGO and the Harkenss Table method.