Since 1991, Peggy Holman has supported organizations and communities to uncover creative responses to complex challenges by using innovative engagement processes. The Change Handbook (Berrett-Koehler, 2007), which she co-edited with Tom Devane and Steven Cady, documents a variety of these processes. The book is the considered the definitive resource for leaders and consultants who work to increase resilience, agility, collaboration, and aliveness in their organizations and communities. Peggy co-founded Journalism that Matters (JTM) in 2001 with three career journalists – Chris Peck, Cole Campbell, and Stephen Silha. JTM generates innovations by convening, connecting, and inspiring the diverse pioneers who are shaping the emerging news and information ecology. Peggy’s latest book, Engaging Emergence: Turning Upheaval into Opportunity, supports people in facing disruptions and inviting others to join with them to realize new possibilities. It uses numerous journalism stories as examples. She blogs at peggyholman.com. Photo by Kris Krug
Friends & Neighbors
> An Open Letter to Journalists By Peggy Holman, cofounder, Journalism That Matters It’s time for a new compact between Journalists and the Public. We need you. Your work is vital to the well-being of us all. I can’t imagine a functional democracy without...