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Myron Rogers – Reflections on A Simpler Way

A Simpler Way–a brief meditation on organizations as living systems. The book was born from our years long deepening exploration into the implications of living systems theory for social systems. If our organisations are not machines, but alive and subject to the same dynamics as all life, what would be possible? How would we understand what we are seeing and experiencing in institutional life? What would we do if we were working with the dynamics of life, rather than against them?

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Myron Roger’s 2016 NHS Leadership Academy

The Phillips Kay Partnership is Myron Rogers, John Atkinson and Jeni Bremner, home of Myron’s Maxims. Change from a living systems perspective. Here you can watch a series of videos from Myron’s NHS leadership academy, discussing some of the key features of change in living systems.

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A binary issue

Whenever you try to reduce a complex dilemma to a binary issue you are wrong. The ‘Leave’ or ‘Remain’ question asked of the British people this week was therefore always incomplete. Politics in its most visible and visceral form tries to resolve issues in this way. The Brexit vote in the UK has brought to the fore tough questions of identity, relationships and information. These are Myron Roger’s dynamics of organising. He reminds us that it is by addressing issues at this level that meaning is made, trust is rebuilt and we take appropriate action. Only then will good policy, structures and protocols be formed. (By John Atkinson)

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Myron’s Maxims

Myron’s maxims provide a simple way of working with living systems.