CMM Perspectives Blog
A big “Hello” from the Board to everybody we met at the Learning Exchange, and also to those who were not there. We really enjoyed the event!
Liliana is doing a summary of the actual content of the LE, which will be posted separately (THANK YOU, LILIANA!). We just wanted to make contact and say how much we appreciated us being together, learning, sharing, connecting, getting frustrated, finding ways forward, pushing edges and so on… THANK YOU ALL for contributing to what the LE became this year!
At the 2nd annual CMM Institute Learning Exchange we will come together as practitioners, researchers, learners and change agents to advance our collective understanding of what is possible through CMM. Institute Associates will bring insight, learning and questions from their own work, about how using CMM can help us create better social worlds.
2012 Learning Exchange
Save the Date for an exciting CMM Seminar to be held on Friday April 20th and Saturday April 21st at Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg MA.
Come join graduate students from Fitchburg State University, Indiana University/Purdue University, Practitioners, and leading CMM scholars as they focus on the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM).
International Conference: September 27th - 29th 2012 Institute of Cultural Diplomacy Kurfürstendamm 207-8 Berlin D-10719
Everybody is talking about the need for radical change, and some are even starting to see solutions in each field: politics, medicine, economics, society, etc. However - and most of us forget - "No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it." (Einstein) To solve the problems, we have to move to the next level of consciousness and communication. Barnett Pearce (1989) proposes a stage model on the evolution of communication in a multicultural society. According to the model, the form of communication in the social evolutionary process develops itself over four levels: (a) “Monocultural communication”; (b) “Ethnocentric... more
Barnett has had and continues to have a profound impact on the lives of many people. We are having a small gathering to celebrate his life and legacy in New York on February 3, 2012, from 6:00-8:00 pm, at Columbia University.
If you are interested in attending and learning more about this event, please contact Beth Fisher-Yoshida at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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