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True North Authentic Leadership

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Also see: Destiny ... McCrerey  ... NetImpact thinkLets ... SEEKing WhatsAhead ...


TRUE NORTH (ISBN: 978-0-7879-8751-0)

about discovering Authentic Leadership aligns with ongoing field research


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Dx: They reflect ALL-WinWin peer mentoring insights

from working with Tom Yoe, Kansas University Relations as our crew's   

Jayhawker Magazine Yearbook - Staff Advisor) 



Blanton's Crossing of Wakarusa River


Rx: Have KU-SLIC students conduct oral history interviews


with alums about which leadership insights they distilled 


from collaborative project-based learning experiences.  



Focus interviews on what impacts or influences


their experiences had on career, community stewardship and lifestyle choices!



MAoP (Stewardship) Community of Practice (CoP)


@ http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/kelp/Leadership.htm ...



Embrace http://Virtual-Team-Tactics.futurethought.info


where KM=Knowledge Management & SE=Social Engineering


@ http://www.technorati.com/profile/geoWIZard  ***

HD 57.7 Bibliography ... Worth reviewing

ISBN-10 0-06-131975-9: LEADERSHIP by James McGregor Burns - 1978

                                   Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Winner

ISBN-10 0-7879-0942-4: The Absolutes of Leadership by Phillip Crosby

                                   Warren Bennis: Executive Briefing Series - 1996


ISBN-10 0-8058-2697-1: Transformational Leadership by Bernard M. Bass

                                  Industry, Military, and Educational Impact - 1998 

ISBN-10 0-7382-0332-7: Managing the Dream by Warren Bennis

                                   Reflections on Leadership and Change - 2000


ISBN-10 0-333-96387-3: Management, Work & Organization

                                   by Keith Grint -2005

ISBN-10 0-415-36693-3: Complexity and the Expereince of Leading Organizations

                                   Edited by Douglas Griffin and Ralph Stacey - 2005


ISBN-13: 978-0-275-99132-6: The Human Side of Leadership - Navigating Emotions at Work

                                   by Rick Ginsberg (KU) and Timothy Gray Davies (CSU) - 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0-7879-8525-7: Retiring the Generation GAP - How (to find) Common Ground

                                   by Jennifer J. Deal - 2007 (Center for Creative Leadership)   


Online journal links

  • ISSN: 0041-798X: U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings - October 2007 (pp. 48-49)

Getting the Ocean Right by Thomas E. Crew and Captain Andrew Brown III, U.S. Navy


  • ISSN 1527-6619: Educause review - Why IT Matters to Higher Education                                   (Sep/Oct 2005) Leadership by Kenneth W. Dobbins

                                   Getting Ready for the Net Generation Learner (pp. 8-9)


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Education Futures StoryTech:


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StoryTech: A personalized guidebook to the 21st century.St. Michael, MN, USA:

The StoryTech Group. ISBN 0-9787434-0-7. Harkins, A. & George H. Kubik. ...



Seminar suppositions

It is important, when reviewing these suppositions, to note that low- cost off-shoring of knowledge and innovation work, begun in the 1990’s, has seriously eroded the potential of knowledge workers to manipulate their futures within many types of organizations, both overseas and in North America. 

  • Supposition 1 – individual  – from used up at retirement to multiple careers 
  • Supposition 2 – individual – from organization person to individual skills emphasis
  • Supposition 3 – individual – from planned career to self-managed life plan
  • Supposition 4 – individual – job specific training to life long learning 
  • Supposition 5 – individual – contextual skill development to mobile, portable skills


  • Supposition 6 – organization – means of production: from brawn to brains
  • Supposition 7 – organization – regional competition to global competition
  • Supposition 8 – organization – competitive advantage through productivity to competitive advantage through innovation
  • Supposition 9 – organization – employee as a cost to employer to employee as an asset
  • Supposition 10 – organization – from hierarchical to horizontal structures 


 Think Globally / *Interact Regionally* / Learn (LNT) Locally

 MnSCU-iTeach 2002: Blended Visual Learning Models ... 


  • ISBN-13: 978-0-309-10566-8: (KU-Libraries Call# TD223.N375/2007)

Improving the Nation's WATER SECURITY - Opportunities for Research

by National Research Council of the National Academies (www.nap.edu)


  • ISBN-13: 978-0-88730-647-1:
    Paradigms: The Business of Discovering the Future
    by Joel Barker - 1992 (Previously titled: Future Edge)


  • ISBN-10: 0-9638136-9-2:

Engaging the Whole of Service Learning, Diversity and Learning Communities

Edited by Joseph A. Galura, Penny A. Pasque, David Schoem & Jeffrey Howard - 2004


  • ISBN-10: 1-55542-093-1: Riding the Waves of Change
    Developing Management Competencies for a Turbulent World
    by Gareth Morgan - 1988


The 480

in the title denotes the number of groups (by party affiliation, social-economic status, location, origin, etc.) that the computer simulation uses to classify the American electorate. The full list of these is reproduced in the Appendix, claimed by the author to be the true list used by the Simulmatics Corporation (real name) in Senator John F. Kennedy's Presidential campaign in 1960. The cover features an IBM 5081 punch card.


This novel criticizes the socio-political effects on society at large from the use of computers to run massive simulations, which predict the public reaction to certain (proposed) political moves before implementing them. Such simulations make it easy to manipulate the public consciousness.


  • ISBN-10: 0-521-63760-0: Military Innovations in the Interwar Period

               Edited by Williamson Murray and Allen R. Millett - 1996

               See: Code-breaaking (p. 348) & Computers (p. 376) 


ADM J.O. Richardson 

protested this redeployment, to President Roosevelt and to other politicians in Washington, arguing that the burden of defending a perimeter so far removed was not possible, however odious Japan's rape of China may be and whatever promises had been made to the British to come to their aid if attacked. Roosevelt replied, "Jim, you just don't get it." He also replaced Richardson with Admiral Husband E. Kimmel in February of 1941.



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