Over Cees Hoogendijk

Ik houd van mijn familie en mijn vrienden, van mensen in het algemeen, van wiskunde en van human­istiek, van management- en organ­isati­eontw­ikkel­ing, van dialoog en verbindend leide­rschap, van lerende organisaties en waarderend onderzoeken, van heelheid en van continue verni­euwing. Mijn missie is human­isering van organ­isatie.

Shall we include the boundaries? A reflective appreciation of the book No Boundary by Ken Wilber

Shall we include the boundaries? A reflective appreciation of the book No Boundary by Ken Wilber By Cees Hoogendijk   Abstract Imagine, for a moment, a world in which we forgot to invent the word boundary… Ken Wilber gives us a clear picture of the social construct we call ‘border’, how we can choose to [...]

Door |2016-12-07T11:57:53+01:00september 20th, 2016|Categorieën: Alternatieve Bedrijfskunde, Artikelen CH, Blogs CH|0 Reacties

I love to be on this journey with you – AI Magazine 5 is uit

Men zegt wel eens dat kinderen tijdens de schoolvakantie letterlijk en figuurlijk groeien. De vrijheid, de zon, het spelen, en alle nieuwe ontdekkingen; het lijkt wel of ze meer leren dan in het gehele schooljaar daarvoor. Zelf heb ik een vergelijkbaar gevoel over de afgelopen zomer. Het mee-maken van de World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015 [...]

Door |2015-11-12T11:58:21+01:00november 12th, 2015|Categorieën: AI30, Alternatieve Bedrijfskunde, Artikelen AI, Blogs CH|0 Reacties

Better than the World (in memory of Joost Zwagerman)

Last week my country was shocked by the news that a famous, passionate, 51 year old Dutch writer took his own life. I’ll skip the details of his research about suicide, and a recent television interview in which he stated that he was cured from his illness called depression. Apparently this illness can pop up [...]

Door |2015-09-14T07:48:14+01:00september 14th, 2015|Categorieën: AI30, Artikelen AI, Blogs CH|2 Reacties

Appreciative Inquiry #060: Practice in Practice (count your blessings)

[from book part 7 - APPRECIATE YOUR SELF] “It’s certainly possible to get by in life without dedication. The craftsman represents the special human condition of being engaged.” (Richard Sennett, philosopher.) “The better your technique, the longer you can rehearse without becoming bored.” (Isaac Stern, violinist.) At what point are you ‘good’ at something? It is said [...]

Door |2016-12-07T11:57:53+01:00juni 29th, 2015|Categorieën: AI30|0 Reacties