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Australian managers intuit story most useful for culture change

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —October 5, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling

When asked in our recent Australian wide survey on the attitudes and awareness of story and narrative in organisations “How much have you heard or …

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Improv and Story to help you in life and work

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —October 4, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling

In a previous post Izzy Gesell and I asked the question How can one improvise in a virtual world? Why do you care? Maybe you …

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Share your story about blogging on Zahmoo

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —October 1, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling

Are you a blogger? Maybe you blog professionally. Maybe your blog supports your business in some way. Maybe you blog inside an organisation. Maybe you …

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Story as a source of insight

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 28, 2006
Filed in Anecdotes

Here is an anecdote from a senior executive from our recent survey which I just had to share. I’ve posted about the 5 ways in which stories are …

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The 5 ways storytelling has been discouraged in organisations

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 27, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling, Culture

Following on from our last research findings post suggesting the 7 story forms valued within organisations we have also explored the flip side question of “when has storytelling been discouraged …

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The 7 story forms valued within organisations

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 26, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling, Culture

“When is storytelling valued within your organisation?” was one of the questions we explored within our Australian wide survey on awareness and attitudes of story and narrative techniques …

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Leading complex change and opening space

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 25, 2006
Filed in Events

At lunchtime, on October 6th, Larry Peterson a well respected Open Space practictioner from Canada will be diving into our fishbowl with the Victorian Public …

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Why you need to know about Anecdote Circles

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 22, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling

Interviews and surveys are no longer sufficient to find out what’s really happening in your business. Organisations are becoming more complex every day and as …

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What are you more aware of – positive or negative stories?

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 20, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling, News

You may have been part of our Australian wide survey on attitudes and awareness of story and narrative approaches within organisations. One of the questions …

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