The Epistle of Q — Chapter 106

As you know, over my years as a Management Consultant as well as Adjunct Professor I have led a great many strategic planning workshops (or classes of the same). Recently, having divested myself of roles with the local Strata Council and having a congregation I was assisting in their Strategic Visioning decide to go in […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (e)

AME (cont’d) As I mentioned earlier, Friday was a fairly full & lengthy day. The second Keynote Lecture led off the afternoon sederent. Dipayan Ghosh from the John F. Kennedy School of Government (Harvard) gave the address: Digital Deceit & the Moral Mayhem: Effects of Technology, Precision Propaganda & the Internet. He began by showing […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (d)

AME (cont’d) Friday was a fairly full day. It started with the Kohlberg Memorial Lecture which was delivered by Larry Walker of UBC (note: Lawrence Kohlberg was one of the original founders of AME and for the longest time his research into the stage of moral reasoning formed a focal point to each and every […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (c)

AME Conference (cont’d — after a bit of a delay due to the annual Grey Cup trip which included side excursions to Montreal, Ottawa & Kingston) Thursday afternoon… The next series of conversations addressed other aspects of the challenges of moral decision-making. Eric Torres of Harvard has examined the issue of Civics on Social Media: […]

A Tribute

This is not so much a Chapter related to Queries one might have on the journey of life, but rather a reflection on an event I had nothing to do with the organization or execution thereof but was really happy to participate in… The 107th Grey Cup was held in Calgary this year. Once again […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter Ninety-Four

Does Stealing Home ring a bell for you? Sometimes it’s good to go back…and in this instance I realize that I have been away from this writing for about two months…weird and not entirely explainable – but I’ll try… When I actually started this chapter it was Easter weekend. Always an interesting, reflective and introspective […]