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Guerilla Goodness. Hit and run to change the world …

Discover the power of guerilla hit-and-run actions to break existing patterns, surprisingly changing the rules of the game, destabilise current situations by unexpected actions and reactions, use of clandestine management, a positive anarchy, a gentle disorder, a sweet disturbance, not to blow up the building but to let blossom new and unexpected connections with your environment, colleagues, team and organisation. Just to see what happens and to observe the power of new balances and unbalances … just because you hit and ran … and united!

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Thank you Herwig
I'd like to talk about it maybe we can find in skype
marco
Thanks, Herwig, for sharing this presentation, that intensified, rather than satisfied, my curiosity about the subject. The idea of small changes that may spread, and how you could start those from within an organisaion when you're not at the top has has kept my mind busy for a long time. And swarm behavior, at least since I read Kevin Kelly's 1994 book "Out of control", and probalby longer already ...
Klaus
Hi Herwig (and Lisa) I enjoyed your session very much - content and presenters! I continue to think about other ways of expressing the Hit and Run rule: yes, this fits well with the guerilla metaphor but it sound sbrutal and anyway, in SF, we don't run, we hang around and spot the difference. So: thinking aloud, is it Act and observe .. (and repeat) or Do something and spot the difference. Not such a good slogan, but ...

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