A long way from yesterday's Second Modernity piece from Harvard Business School, comes this Third Modernity contribution from AMED:
"The world is changing. It creates new leadership challenges. Who are the new leaders? How are they being developed? How do people give of their best? How can their organisations enable them to do this given the current situation?
Professionals engaged in developing people and organisations may be academics, consultants or practitioners. How interrelated are these roles? Is our work something to be proud of? Are we contributing to the chaos?
Working in complex contexts, we need the support of new voices a sharing of ideas and experimentation. The time has come to challenge ourselves, re-evaluate what we have been doing - to rethink and reappraise?"
If you don't know the AMED network (Association for Management Education and Development), it's am wonderful resource for anyone concerned with developing people and organisations.
AMED's Exploring Frontiers 2013 programme.
AMED's website begins here.
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