CMM Perspectives Blog
Last week I devoured the book, Executive in Passage, by Donald and Paige Marrs. It tells the powerful story of a man coming to terms with life-disrupting changes that shake him to the core.
Check out Eerika Hedman's blog, Story Lab, where she explores communication at work.
This past summer, the CMM Institute was invited to the Aspen Institute Communication conference to share CMM as theory and practice. Jesse Sostrin, Beth Fisher Yoshida and Ilene Wasserman, all members of the Board of the CMM Institute teamed together to share the Coordinated Management of Meaning as a conceptual framework and a practical framework for consultation.
New Developments in Social Constructionist Theory and Practice is a series of innovative and inspirational learning events which have been captured and edited for professionals to use in their Continuing Professional Development and for educators to use in key learning moments on programmes of study in the many and various professions which have contributed to and are inspired by social constructionist theory and pract
The Reflective, Facilitative, and Interpretive Practice of the Coordinated Management of Meaning: Making Lives, Making Meaning is a collection of practical applications of the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM). In addition to using CMM the contributors have another bond in common. They are all connected to Fielding Graduate University, where the majority of them completed their doctoral studies, working with Barnett Pearce, one of the co-creators of CMM, with Vernon Cronen.
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