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Plexus Board Chair Daniel Pesut on creating community and inviting action through reflection and sharing of personal, intellectual, and public resources.

Michael Arena is an Assistant Professor in the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte. His interest in the area of innovation and connectivity has led to the development of a program called ‘Hyper-connected Innovation.” This program is dedicated to establishing new methods of generating value by creating an environment of open idea generation, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Quo Vadis "Not all who wander are lost"
Plexus Associate Marsha Hughes-Rease is a leadership coach and organization effectiveness consultant and blogs on leadership and change.

Plexus Associate Lewis Rhodes created Sabusense to help people trying to "connect the dots" within a different "big picture" in order to make sense of what they think they see happening in schools every day. (It works for other organizations, too.) It draws upon the logic of "Sabu," the Elephant Boy, who had no choice but to deal with "whole elephants," as he helped the "Blindered" (not Blind) Men around the Elephant take advantage of the connectedness of the "individual parts" for which they usually were held solely accountable. This way-of-thinking then provides the platform for learning from the 12-year journey of a major (140,000 student) US school district that has been transforming how people think about, and judge, the work of teaching and learning we call schooling. 

David Engstrom and Plexus Advisor J.A. Scott Kelso write The Squiggle Sense, a blog magazine and online study resource dedicated to the awakening of a human sixth sense of the complementary nature, and what it indicates about  the  human being ~ being human. Feb 24, 2011 - Read an interview with former Plexus Board Chair Daniel Pesut. 

Plexus Advisor Arvind Singhal writes Which Way is North, a dialogic blog - an ongoing recursive conversation with oneself and others. Its purpose is to narrate stories, to invite reflection, to challenge the status quo, and to provoke action.

Plexus Associate Kristin von Donop is a Senior Consultant at Teleos Leadership Institute. From October 2011 she writes about sustaining relationships in A View from the Inside: How Teleos Makes Great Bread.
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