Creativity Consultants, Sensemaking

Thinking outside the box in starting up a “Creativity Consultant” business is a must. According the an article published on March 28, 2005 on by Paul and Sarah Edwards, “creativity consultants come in and help individuals develop the thinking skills necessary to be effective, competitive and relevant in the current economy. They help organizations... Continue Reading →

Textual Analysis -Intro/rational

Senior Giving at UMO: Building support through peer leadership and social media. Part 1: Introduction/Rational I will use a combination of communications approaches in my project including information transfer, strategic control, transactional process, and creativity and constraint incorporating  human relations theory and analyze trough interaction. I will focus on interpersonal relations of Elton Mayo’s work belief... Continue Reading →

Theories…. and more theories..

Classic Management continues to a business model, I am not sure how viable, for success in regards to manufacturing operations, military operations, agriculture and some post-secondary institutions. The mentioned organizations are just a few organizations/institutions that came to mind when crafting my message for this post. However, I am certain the classic management model can... Continue Reading →


“Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.”   - J.K. Rowling On June 6, 2016, my life changed. Suffering from deep depression I hit my bottom as a human being. A week later I entered a treatment facility where I would stay for over 30 days. This was the hardest decision... Continue Reading →

Community As Memory

This week's assignment comes from Chapter eight and references organizations roles as holders of "community of memory" in personal experiences in "rhetorical interruption". According to Levanis (1969, pg. 152-153), "A home, as a building, belongs to a world of objects. But this belongingness does not nullify the bearing of the fact that every consideration of... Continue Reading →

Rough Draft of Inquiry Project

  A Dialogic approach to Interpersonal Skills in the Age of Postmodern Difference Melinda Holland Queens University of Charlotte       Interpersonal communications ethics in this historical moment has become a rare commodity. The “good” of dialogic in interpersonal communication ethics is being threatened by bias, prejudices and lack of tolerance of indifference. Today,... Continue Reading →

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