Chicago Symphony Orchestra

In a western orchestra, there are typically between 22 and 30 instruments. Add casual, pop instruments perhaps another 20. Globally there must be a 1000 or more. Casper Abraham via Quora

Preface
When the idea for a Workplace Hidden Opportunities (WHO) Mastermind was conceived it was more focused on the corporate real estate assets and operations underlying the velocity of exponential change now taking place in the global workplace. Today that focus has broadened to encompass the expanded perspectives on the workplace as reflected by the WHO Index™.  Some could see the tsunami effect of those changes coming and were, in fact, speaking about them (some are captured on these pages and more will be). Most of us, however, were not yet living into them. For many now is a turbulent and disquieting time. Numerous disturbances have been a wake-up call to individual responsibility, accountability, and course corrections. The WHO Mastermind can be a force majeure in bringing raised consciousness and insights.

Collective Intelligence – Artist Unknown

Road Ahead
Imagine one note played clearly and resonating without distraction. Now imagine two played clearly and resonating as if one. Now imagine four different notes played clearly and resonating in harmony. Now imagine eight players adding their own harmonic riffs. Then there were sixteen, thirty-two, sixty-four and finally one hundred. Each brought with them their unique instruments. And then they played together. WHO Mastermind is a Grandiose Humilite Experiment in Collective Intelligence. It starts with the identification and naming of one hundred engaged souls who are perceived by their words and actions as emissaries of a unified thought capacity and an unbridled collective intelligence. Its focus is on the aesthetics of the workplace and on the physicality of underlying corporate real estate assets and operations. It can be, in fact, as the term was first envisioned a Mastermind.

Calm Containers, Peter Van 2017

Humanist Future Trends 2020: Peter Vander Auwera by Rudy de Waele captures the spirit of the WHO Mastermind vision. Peter used the term levers in describing five trends that in his words, ‘could enable high-quality advancement for a humanist future.’
– High-Quality Connections
– Respect for the collective unconscious
– Coherence of narrative, motives, and governance
– Everything important has to do with Aesthetic, Moral and Spiritual advancement
– Structure drives everything
This is the type of instructive and inspiring communication we are looking to connect with the WHO Mastermind and the Workplace Hidden Opportunities network. Historically, best practices have been a mark of distinction. In today’s exponentially and accelerating change a best practice could, though not necessarily, be a framework for obsolescence.

Collaboration – Author Unknown

Pre-PreLaunch Announcement
Interviews with past candidates and our connections in fields of focus reflected in the WHO Index™ are underway. If you or someone you know is a candidate for this Mastermind, please use Contact Us on the Menu bar to express your interest. We will respond to all posts there with a personalized follow up.

 

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