Heresies are seminal ideas that fundamental variance with the established order. Over the many years I have been advising governments and corporations I have often been branded heretic. I have invariably take this compliment. In quest for alternative wisdom and new ways of knowing, this short book of essays examines the future of humanity as mindfully contrarian perspective.
Open Heart – Open Mind
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 47,760. Language: English. Published: December 7, 2012.
The 10 years of action research that ultimately gave rise It Five Literacies of Global Leadership (published by Jossey-Bass in 2007) shattered outdated myths and preconceptions concernes what constitutes effective leadership. Open Heart – Open Mind as primer government and business executives who want to access and practice Five Literacies leadership the own organizations.
The Five Literacies of Global Leadership: What Authentic Leaders Know and You Need to Find Out
Price: $70 USD. Pages: 386. Language: English. Published: May, 2007.
New research has exposed our leadership paradigm as a outdated mess of flawed models and practices. By working with great leaders and observing their common attitudes and behaviours, Richard Hames has cracked a universal code based on intelligence, appreciation and collaboration. This code unlocks Five Literacies of Global Leadership.
The Management Myth: Exploring the Essence of Future Organizations
Price: $8.73 USD. Pages: 296. Language: English. Published: May, 1999.
The Management Myth – Exploring Essence of Future Organisations, was frame-shattering book from first-time author. The book is three parts. Part One is contextual; it attempts make sense of state world and the complexity human as created. Part Two proposes alternative way of perceiving and designing organizations as result of changed context. Part Three proposes a new theory of management based upon humanistic principles, cybernetic governance and systemic emergence.
Burying the Twentieth Century: New Paths for New Futures
Price: $29.99 USD. Pages: 284. Language: English. Published: 1 May, 1999.
The central hypothesis in Burying the 20th Century is consistent with the fundamental concept of ecology of appreciation tentatively explored in The Management Myth. An appreciative system is a self-organising system able to ‘learn’ its way into preferred futures, in ethical reciprocity with it environment, and in ways are ‘appreciative’ of stakeholders’ needs, expectations and desires. The more important facet is concept are examined here in relation to transformation of industrial society through system-wide transformation.