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Bohm and the Implicate Order

Bohm relates things in the universe to not being random but rather intrinsically linked as a whole, even when seemingly separated.  there is an exercise used to illustrate this point very well…2 cylindrical jars one slightly smaller than the other … Continue reading

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Conflict

As long as we are in a business where the idea is greater than the resources to support it, we will always be in a state of conflict. Our job in part is to identify manage and control that conflict, … Continue reading

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The Inherent Path of Conflict

Managing the Artistic Process: The Inherent Path of Conflict or The Art of War My philosophy of management in theater requires embracing a basic principal- as long as we are in a business where the idea is greater than the … Continue reading

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Sun Tzu and the Art of Managing Conflict

It may seem curious for me to equate managing a war to managing a production and certainly I will never equate the seriousness of one to the other.   There are some basic principles we can take away from the military … Continue reading

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