From Otto Scharmer in Huffington Post: We have entered a watershed moment not only here in America, but also globally. It’s a moment that could help us wake up to a deeper level of collective awareness and renewal—or a moment when we could spiral down into chaos, violence, and fascism-like conditions. Whether it’s one or the other depends on our capacity to become aware of our collective blind spot.
The author of Theory U of Innovation and change discusses his ideas.
a global community that apply and advance the U process of presencing to collectively create profound innovation and change.
Holger Nauheimer’s thinking while reading Theory U.
making sense of and coping with complexity
The blind spot is the place within or around us where our attention and intention originates. It’s the place from where we operate when we do something. It’s blind because it is an invisible dimension of our everyday experience in social interactions.
Dr. Scharmer is a senior lecturer at MIT and founding chair of ELIAS (Emerging Leaders for Innovation Across Sectors).
Leading from the future as it emerges
Presence is an intimate look at the development of a new theory about change and learning. In wide-ranging conversations held over a year and a half, organizational learning pioneers Peter Senge, C. Otto Scharmer, Joseph Jaworski, and Betty Sue Flowers explored the nature of transformational change — how it arises, and the fresh possibilities it offers a world dangerously out of balance.