Monthly Archives: September, 2012

SF “a significant competitive advantage” – news from Sweden

We’re all just back from the SOLWorld 2012 conference in Oxford.  Among the participants were a total of EIGHT members of the Hi5 management team.  Hi5 is a software company based in Umeå, Sweden, ( and they’ve been working with sfwork since the start of this year.  Shakya Kumara has been leading workshops in Sweden and giving coaching to a significant proportion of the management team. Continue reading →

Rom Harré at SOLWorld 2012 – molecules, meanings and SF

The SOLWorld 2012 conference in Oxford was a roaring success.  Alongside all the anticipated pleasures of meeting old and new friends, hearing about new developments and having a great time, there was one unexpected, though very welcome feature.  I was delighted to see Professor Rom Harré at the  conference, invited by the organisers to do an Open Space. Continue reading →

Nora Bateson: Art as an Integrated Way of Knowing, Tate Modern, 2 October

I am delighted to be joining forces with Nora Bateson once again for the next meeting of the London Bateson Salon.  After our successful launch event at the Unicorn Theatre in May, Nora is back in town for another multi-disciplinary event of mind-stretching and discovery at Tate Modern on Tuesday 2 October 2012, 10am – 4pm.

“The major problems of the world are the difference between the way nature works and the way people think”– Gregory Bateson Continue reading →

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