Claus Otto Scharmer

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The paper introduces the concept of not-yet-embodied or self-transcending knowledge. The concept of self-transcending knowledge proposes a distinction between two types of tacit knowledge: tacit-embodied knowledge on the one hand and not-yet-embodied knowledge on the other hand. The distinction is relevant because each of the three forms of(More)
This paper looks at the impact of the emerging new business environments – often referred to as the " new economy " – on the basic concepts of organizational learning and change. While organizational learning related activities during the 1990s were largely focused on the incremental improvement of already existing processes, most leadership teams are now(More)
W e live in a time of massive institutional failure , collectively creating results that nobody wants. Climate change. AIDS. Hunger. Poverty. Violence. Terrorism. The foundations of our social, economic, ecological, and spiritual well-being are in peril. Why do our attempts to deal with the challenges of our time so often fail? The cause of our collective(More)
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