How does the wise voter, accustomed to the party system, deal with this new force in Australian politics—the ‘Voices of’ […]
Why are the ‘Voices of’ Independents a new force in Australian politics? The Cathy McGowan story explains why.
Wisdom, Analytics and Wicked Problems: Integral Decision Making for the Data Age by Ali Intezari and David Pauleen, 2019. Routledge. […]
The Can-Do Wisdom Framework for Change shown below didn’t appear overnight. The Knowledge Visualization model I developed is the result […]
On Friday June 10, 1994 I woke up around 3am with a sudden thought, “We should be teaching students about […]
Aristotle taught his pupils about ethics, virtues and communities some 2300 years ago. Much of his teaching is still valid […]
When sociologist professor Barry Schwartz gave his TED talk on Practical Wisdom in February 2009 he didn’t think there would […]
Mindfulness is important for achieving wise outcomes according to wisdom scholar Patrick Williams, this month’s guest contributor.
There is now a need for wisdom in solving world problems like no other time in our history. Can-Do Wisdom […]
Emotional Intelligence is a key element for successful transformational leadership—the leadership style to use when you aim to lead the […]
When Professor John Kotter published his seminal work on leading change there was something unusual about this 197-page book written […]
Only within the last decade has this been possible to measure the wisdom of a person, largely due to the […]
Different roles played by individuals and their place in society is central to the Can-Do Wisdom Framework.
Part 3 – The Relational Domain The Relational Domain has the accumulation of millions of years of relationship experience from […]
Part 2 – Rational Domain Bottlenecks But things don’t always go smoothly in achieving results. Bottlenecks are blockages or distortions […]
Do nothing, and nothing happens. Life is about decisions. You either make them or they’re made for you, but you […]