Dr. David Boje, the originator of the quantum storytelling concept, and his wife, Dr. Grace Ann Rosile, who knows her way around horses, combine equine therapy and a concept called “re-storying” in a program to help military veterans with PTSD: This is yet another way that quantum storytelling is effective. It is not so much about telling […]

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LeaderCast produced a sketch buzzing around the webz that’s funny because it’s true. If you haven’t already seen it, check it out, it’ll leaven our mutual conference call pain with humor: We’ve all been on this call more often that we’d like to be. I have seen people juggling two conference calls at once–one on […]

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Mike Bonifer 1953-2013 Mike Bonifer, a writer, director, entertainment executive and educator and CEO of GameChangers, died today on his sixtieth birthday, in a freak accident, when a chunk of ice fell from a jet approaching Los Angeles International Airport and landed on Bonifer while he was sitting on the front porch of his south […]

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Replacing Cody LaPlante, who’d held the title of Youngest GameChanger since November, 2007, when at the age of 6 he spontaneously joined a game of Thunderdome at a workshop in Reno, Lucas DeVries, age approximately 7 months, took the title  last week when he joined our session on Quantum Storytelling at the SIETAR (Society for […]

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We’ve been tracking Dove almost since we launched GameChangers in 2008, for its Real Beauty campaign, because it’s such a great example of the importance of Themes to a brand. The Real Beauty campaign, which has been running since 2004–forever in brand years– is designed to participate in and provoke discussions about what what it […]

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Before yesterday, I’d never, to my recollection, heard the phrase ‘burning platform’ used in a business conversation. Yesterday I heard it used multiple times in two different conversations, with teams in two different businesses, in two different parts of the U.S., to refer to issues they are addressing. A pattern defines a game. This is […]

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The end of the year, the decade, passed fitfully, at times stressfully, with no pause for reflection, and no Resolution for the New Year except the fairly vague intention of being more Resolute. What to be resolute about? That was still the question. And then this article by Errol Morris in the New York Times […]

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Our friend Ethan Bauley , who has an undergrad degree in Finance (University of Virginia) and a Masters in Improvisational Percussion (CalArts), naturally understands why improvisation is an essential business skill in the Networked World. His work developing social apps and exploring edge economies on behalf of clients like Cisco and Warner Bros. lays the […]

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Video clips from GameChangers workshops at Twelve Horses Interactive and an Executive MBA Class at Notre Dame. The Twelve Horses engagements typically have from 8 to 10 people participating. The MBA class had 65 people in it.

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