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Visual Explorer™: July 2007

July 30, 2007

Visual Explorer for mediated dialogue, Academy of Management 2007

Art can provide “bridges that even enemies may want to cross” (Xerox PARC Artist in Residence Program).

Chuck Palus (Center for Creative Leadership) is presenting Visual Explorer as a tool for enabling mediated dialogue at The 2007 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 3-8 in Philadelphia.

What is mediated dialogue? How is it facilitated?

Tangible images mediate dialogue by focusing shared attention; by inviting diverse projections and constructions of meaning; and by lending themselves to metaphors and other intuitive, emotional, and rational connections. more >>

The arts, and the underlying aesthetic competencies, have evolved culturally as means of social meaning-making using a full range of perceptual / cognitive / emotional abilities (Ellen Dissanayake; Cynthia Cohen; Howard Gardner; John Dewey).

See also our article on this topic as featured by The Society for Organizational Learning in Reflections.

Join us: Monday August 6, 4:10-5:20 pm, Pennsylvania Convention Center, room 109B, for

Bridging Frames that Underlie the Context for Doing Well/Doing Good – Reflection, Theory and Practice. Organizers: Victoria Marsick & Terrence Earl Maltbia, Columbia University.

Actionable Knowledge—Elena P. Antonacopoulou, University of Liverpool

Leadership Development—W. Warner Burke, Teachers College, Columbia University

Collaborative Management Research—David Coghlan, Trinity College - Dublin, Ireland & A. B. (Rami) Shani, California Polytechnic State University

Action Learning Conversations—Victoria Marsick & Terrence E. Maltbia, Teachers College, Columbia University

Mediated Dialogue—Charles J. Palus, Center for Creative Leadership

Emancipatory Discourse—Joe Raelin, Northeastern University


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