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L' holoptisme , nous l'avons succinctement évoqué dans le cas de l' intelligence collective originelle , est un espace qui permet à tout participant de percevoir en temps réel les manifestations des autres membres du groupe (axe horizontal) ainsi que celles provenant du niveau supérieur émergeant (axe vertical). Ainsi une équipe de sport fonctionne en situation d'holoptisme car : - chaque joueur perçoit ce que font les autres joueurs… - chaque joueur perçoit la figure émergente de l'équipe…
HOLON AND TRANSORGANIZATION THEORY By David Boje September 30, 1999, Last Revision September 8, 2000 My granddad worked one farm his whole life, worked for Pittsburgh Plate and Glass as a journeyman glass window maker for churches his whole life and stayed married to the same woman his whole life, and lived in the same community his whole life and went to the same church his whole life. His day began with the milking of cows, followed by a big breakfast of homemade bread and honey from the bees he kept.
A holon ( Greek : ὅλον, holon neuter form of ὅλος, holos "whole") is something that is simultaneously a whole and a part. The word was coined by Arthur Koestler in his book The Ghost in the Machine (1967, p. 48). Koestler was compelled by two observations in proposing the notion of the holon. The first observation was influenced by Nobel Prize winner Herbert A.
A holarchy , in the terminology of Arthur Koestler , is a connection between holons – where a holon is both a part and a whole. The term was coined in Koestler's 1967 book The Ghost in the Machine . The term, spelled holoarchy , is also used extensively by American philosopher and writer Ken Wilber . [ 1 ] The universe as a whole is an example of a holarchical system , in which every holarchy is part of a larger holarchy. [ clarification needed ] [ citation needed ] Holarchy is commonly referred to as a form of hierarchy [ 2 ] however, hierarchy, by its definition, has both an absolute top and bottom. But this is not logically possible in a Holon as it is both a whole and a part.
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Holisme (du grec ancien holos signifiant « la totalité, l'entier ») est un néologisme forgé en 1926 par l'homme d'État sud-africain Jan Christiaan Smuts pour son ouvrage Holism and Evolution [ 1 ] . Selon son auteur, le holisme est : « la tendance dans la nature à constituer des ensembles qui sont supérieurs à la somme de leurs parties, au travers de l'évolution créatrice » [ 2 ] .
For the suffix, see holism . Holism (from ὅλος holos , a Greek word meaning all , whole , entire , total ), is the idea that natural systems (physical, biological, chemical, social, economic, mental, linguistic , etc.) and their properties, should be viewed as wholes, not as collections of parts. This often includes the view that systems somehow function as wholes and that their functioning cannot be fully understood solely in terms of their component parts. [ 1 ] [ 2 ]
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Holism and Evolution est un livre de Jan Smuts , politicien sud-africain et ancien premier ministre de l' Afrique du Sud parue en 1926 . Dans cet ouvrage, Smuts tente de définir le terme « holisme ».
25 Jan 2002 @ 02:31, by Flemming Funch In trying to figure out what democracy really is and how it might work, I notice in the dictionary that the ending -cracy signifies "rule" or "government" by the agent specified by the initial element. Thus democracy, theocracy, technocracy. But, really, I'm not at all interested in being ruled by any agency other than the whole and my own sense of what is right within it. So, maybe we need a system that isn't a -cracy.
One of the things I've been most passionate about on my own work for many years is focusing my energy toward the emerging paradigm of work, one where financial generatively (making money) is only part of the whole and not, as in the conventional paradigm, the central bottom line...or even the only driving bottom line. The new paradigm has multiple bottom lines; multiple ways of creating and engaging; and includes new ways of being and interacting as well as doing and acting. It requires an entirely new foundations, not just new ways to "succeed" in the old foundational landscape. There is a larger movement of integration underfoot, and more and more people are committed to helping bring this new life-giving work paradigm forward. It is already happening. We can focus on creating/unfolding a better future - leaving that which no longer serves, "yes-anding" what does - or we can carry the baggage of the past and be limited by what worked then.
High Performance Project Processes supported by Holacracy Ô Structures HolacracyOne - Organization at the Leading Edge: Introducing Holacracy ™ By Brian J. Robertson
by Flemming Funch, 4 Feb 95. Holarchy is a word coined by Arthur Koestler. It is a combination between the Greek word 'holos' meaning whole and the word 'hierarchy'.
There is a newer video with Brian Robertson and Bernard Marie Chiquet discussing the differences and similarities between Holacracy and Sociocracy. Find it here . Sociocracy is a method for human decision-making and organization pioneered in the Netherlands in the mid-20th century. Aspects of the approach were incorporated into Holacracy early in its development, most notably the concept of double-linking and the election process. Other aspects of Holacracy look similar to Sociocracy on the surface, however come from different underlying paradigms, and thus end up quite different in the details and practice. As a result, those familiar with Sociocracy are often curious or confused when they first encounter Holacracy.
Co-intelligence is the capacity to live well WITH each other and life, creatively using diversity and uniqueness, consciously evolving together in partnership with nature, and consciously transforming culture. Co-intelligence is intrinsic in all living systems and can always be improved. Use it for organizational development, better family relations, community renewal, and creating a more just, democratic and sustainable society. The Co-Intelligence Institute's Co-Intelligence, Democracy and Holistic Politics
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