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Games invite stories, produce stories, are stories.
Tapping into work by Jane McGonigal and our own recent experiences, we explore the re-emergence of business games: but with a difference....



NEWS
More than a dozen videos on story may now be found in the mult-media section of our web site

Alessandro Lotto is a stimulating thinker and doer. From being a welder he has moved on to obtaining an M.Eng, become a University Business School lecturer, and is associated with the Italian corporate storytelling research centre founded by the University of Pavia: Osservatorio Storytelling.
In the Multi-Media/ Presentations section of the Halo and Noose we’ve posted one of his presentations – sense-making through free association, then structure (internal narrative) and intention (external narrative). Check it out. Alessandro may be contacted at alessandro.lotto@gmail.com

'Knowing your business by sticking to your glue' is a new article by Dr W.H.Willies, explaining his notion of narrative glue.

HR Future are publishing a previous newsletter as a short article. (Newsletter 48: Going to Fun from Monday to Friday), having commented: "The content is truly amazing. Many thanks and I hope many bosses take it to heart".






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QUOTEABLE QUOTES
"There are three marks of a superior man: being virtuous, he is free from anxiety; being wise, he is free from perplexity; being brave, he is free from fear"
- Confucius (551 - 479 BC), Chinese philosopher, teacher, editor, and politician

Jean-Paul Sartre said, "A man is always a teller of stories. He lives surrounded by his own stories and those of other people. He sees everything that happens to him in terms of stories, and he tries to live his life as if he were recounting it."

Diana Oreck, Vice President, Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center “Story telling is emotional transportation”

"In books I have traveled, not only to other worlds, but into my own"
- Anna Quindlen

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