Welcome! This is your one-stop shop for 2.0 resources you won’t find in your lab book. On the page for each you will find links to articles, videos, or podcasts that correspond with each week. Have fun!
C-Suite 2.0 Resources
“Regenerative Ecosystems Across Scale” by Benne & Mang (2015). An article from the Journal of Cleaner Production.
Regenerative Ecosystems Across Scale
Donut Economics. Raworth, K. (2012). [Check out one or all of these resources exploring Doughnut Economics]
Episode 2: Kate Raworth on Doughnut Economics Next System Podcast
Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist KateRaworth.com
Doughnut Economics RSA Videos
And if you feel like more…
The Structure of Human Ecosystems by Machlis, Burch, & Force (2004). Excerpts from a book on Human Ecosystems.
The Structure of Human Ecosystems (50 page excerpt)
Diagram of The Structure of Human Ecosystems (a nice little concept map)
“How I became a Localist” Frieze, D. (2016). TEDx Jamaica Plains
How I Became a Localist (YouTube)
“Boundary Spanning Leadership: Tactics to Bridge Social Identity.” Ernst, C & Yipp, J. (2009). Crossing the Divide.
Boundary_Spanning_Leadership (18 page PDF)
How Emotions Are Made. Barrett, L. (2017). [Choose the one that works for you]
“Emotions Part 1” Invisibilia Podcast (53 mins of mind-blowing storytelling)
Why Our Emotions Are Cultural – The Guardian (2 min read)
Emotional Intelligence Needs a ReWrite – Nautilus (10 min read)
“Your Brain on Fiction” Paul, A. (2012). The New York Times.
Your Brain on Fiction – 2-pages on the neuroscience of storytelling
“The Science of Storytelling: How Narrative Cuts Through Distraction Like Nothing Else” Gottschall, J. (2012). FastCompany.
The Science of Storytelling – 2 short blog posts
“624: Private Geography, ACT 2, Kids in the Hall” Drumming, N. (2017). This American Life.
Act 2, Kids in the Hall – Podcast (25 min)
How Shared Leadership Changes Our Relationships at Work – HBR – Fitzsimmons, D. (2016)
Shared Leadership in Higher Education – Kezar, A and Holcombe, E. (2017) A white paper from ACE
Looks Can Be Deceiving. Koch, C. (2010).
Looks Can Deceive – Scientific American Mind (2 min read)
Between the World and Me. Coates, T. (2015).
Letter to My Son – The Atlantic (an article excerpted from the book…long but powerful)
Crossing Class Lines. Cote, S and Kraus, M. (2014).
Crossing Class Lines – New York Times (quick read)
But I’m not sexist, right? Crawford, J. (2014).
But I’m not sexist, right? – The Guardian (a short article)
Implicit Bias Test – A project (& test) that reveals our implicit biases.
“Energizing Democracy by Democratizing Energy” Fairchild, D. (2017)
Next System Podcast – transcript or audio (40 min)
“Language as a Window into Human Nature” Pinker, S. (2011)
RSA Animate video (11 min)
“Economics is for Everyone” Chang, Ha Joon (2016)
RSA Animate video (11 min)
YouTube Lecture (30 min)
“What to Help Someone? Shut Up and Listen.” Ernesto Sirolli (2012).
TED Talk (13 minutes)
“We’ve stopped trusting institutions and started trusting strangers.” Rachel Botsman (2016).
TED Talk (17 minutes)
“Is This How Discrimination Ends?” Jessica Nordel (2017). The Atlantic.
The online article Atlantic.com
The audio version Soundcloud Audio
Appreciative Inquiry Commons
Appreciative Inquiry from David Cooperrider (the guy with the big idea)
End of Average. Tod Rose (2016) – Harvard Education Talk (8 min video) or TED Talk (18 min video)
Equation for Intelligence. Alex Wissner-Gross (2013) – TED Talk (12 min video)
Sea Squirts! Goodheart Science (blog post) or Psychology Today (blog post)
Systems of Seeing
Episode 45: Transformation (Scene on Radio) – 44 min podcast
Neoliberal Injustice to Economic Democracy (Dissident Voice) – Newsletter article
The Mask You Live In. The Representation Project (2015) – Available on Netflix (120 minute documentary)
Permaculture Principles & Methodologies
The Permaculture Project – website
12 Principles of Permaculture – from David Holmgren
Evaluating Systems Change
Evaluating Systems Change – A white paper from the Mathematica Policy Institute