BOSTON WORKSHOP, APRIL 1998.
"I thought the seminar was tremendously stimulating and very helpful in terms of consulting with clients and bringing forth new perspectives and new possibilities.
Organizations and people get stuck - this is often a painful experience and one that doesn't feel particularly productive. A lot of bad decisions are made while in a state of 'stuckness'. The Maturana Workshop provided a foundation for getting unstuck by encouraging us to take on new perspectives. Many of the insights were ones I already knew, but now I know why they are true. I think I am a better observer of others, and, most importantly, of myself. I very much enjoyed the discussion, the ideas and the caring and concern for individuals that made the workshop memorable and usable."
Rob Hartz, Director, Management and Organizational Development, Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA, USA.
INTERNET WORKSHOP JULY - AUGUST 1998 ON AUTOPOIESIS, BOUNDARIES AND CLOSURE
Here is what some of the participants liked about the workshop.
The transfer of the autopoietic theory to practical examples. The discussion about identity.
Karl Linner, Organisational Consultant, Austria