Ecological Ethics and Its Architexture
Ecological Ethics or EcoEthical Architexture or Ecological Literacy (also referred to as ecoliteracy) is about the natural systems that make living life on planet: earth possible.
Linked to the work of David Orr and Fritjof Capra
To be ecoliterate means understanding the principles of organization of ecological communities (i.e. ecosystems) and using those principles for creating sustainable human communities. (Source: Wikipedia)
Possibility Exists in Every Handshake as
You Make Eco-Ethical Decisions About Living Life
~ Dr. Stephen Hobbs
Inspired Practitioners - Natural Educators know a lot, but there's always more to learn about ecology, ethics, architexture, and their combination for situational learning, decision making, and action taking.
Ecology is the the study of interactions among organisms and their environment
The environment involves biotic organisms (living) and abiotic organisms (non-living)
Ethics is involves systematizing, defending, and recommending the concepts and practices of assigning right and wrong, more precisely correct and incorrect to a situation
Ethics are the guidelines of human interactions and by extension humans with ecosystems
Architexture is an important contribution to architecture
Architecture is about the built world - about structural relationships informed by sociology
Architexture is about the grown world - about relational structures informed by ecology
Decision Making using Eco-Ethical Architexture
Decision making framed by eco-ethical architexture is an important way to learn about natural systems - filtered through ethics - for application in human systems and the interplay between natural systems and human systems where by it's not about human systems over natural systems - it's about the complementarity of human systems and natural systems.
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Introducing the Founder of the WELLth Movement
Dr. Stephen Hobbs
Educator Within, Educating Without
Born an educator, and always & in all ways an educator, Dr. Stephen contributes/has contributed his insights as a university instructor/assistant professor, faculty member at a leadership centre, online and in-person workshop instructive-coach, and retreat and mastermind facilitative-mentor.
His shares his interests in evidence-based learning, competence verification, experience-based educating, AI cognitive articulation, managing & leading, and VR/AR.
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Strategy & Culture - Merger & Acquisition
Over the past eight years Cervus Equipment Corporation has been acquiring business-to-business equipment dealerships growing from fifteen to seventy-two locations across three countries. Each of the business acquired have ranged from one location to as many as twelve locations with up to three hundred and fifty employees.
As can be imagined the integration, aligning of Cultures, Operations and Strategy of these very diverse organizations has been an immense challenge. In the early days our ability to align the organizations was greatly hampered by our lack of experience and confidence in our own organization. We could see as an organization that the longer we struggled with misalignment of Culture’s and Strategies the more we were losing value and over stressing the system.
Upon some serious internal review and soul searching we decided to embark on a journey to build an Acquisition and Integration Model and support practices that would be second to none. Our goal was to create a set of repeatable processes that would support rapid execution of Integration, Cultural Identification and Clarity and development of the New Business Unit Strategy aligned with the Cervus of Tomorrow Vision. If we could accomplish this we would greatly improve the Time to Value on new acquisitions and greatly improve our ability to support rapid growth. Both becoming exceptional competitive advantages and defining core competencies of our team.
We started down this development path in 2011 by documenting all of our current process, reviewing past success and failures and reaching out to find specialized resources and experts. This is when we were introduced to Dr. Stephen Hobbs and the EX2 - TRIPIS Technique and Tools.
Stephen’s program and thinking was the catalyst to the exceptional success we have today. Leading us on a journey, Stephen’s process created a safe environment for the newly acquired team and the Cervus team to discuss the current realities of the culture, the business and the obstacles to reaching the Cervus of Tomorrow Vision. On the Journey we were able to create a set of celebrated mutual cultural attributes, a plan to enhance current successes and improve on the current business challenges. This work resulted in the development of our mutually agreed Five Year Strategy.
In each of the acquisitions where Stephen's TRIPIS program was used we have seen the integration time line significantly reduced along with cultural alignment and financial performance well beyond our expectations.
Without hesitation I would recommend Dr. Stephen Hobbs as a partner in any Cultural & Strategy work. His effectiveness, thinking, facilitation skills and integrity are exceptional.
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