You are here to enrich the world.
Your enterprise is here to enrich the world.
Your employees are here to enrich the world.
I am here to answer the question “Yes, but how?” in three ways:
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The following photo provides a glimpse of the reconnaissance I led at European Sharing on Systems Thinking, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2015. Participants explored the theme: Designing innovation and change work to create maximum ecosystem value: the why and the how | Download set of 53 slides (pdf)
Jack is an innovation consultant who walks the talk. He is constantly innovating his own business activity, its design and aims.
He is ‘the person’ to talk to for large group interventions, for whole system change and innovation. I attended a four-day Open Space conference that Jack facilitated. It set me on a new path in life.
Jack is highly committed and skilled, challenging and truly creative. He thinks deeply about innovation and transformation. He has developed a range of propositions about innovation that can lead to new insights on the topic. He understands creativity and innovation and has developed practical ways to develop innovativeness in organisations.
Jack’s views tap into the wild and the wonderful as well as the rational. He likes to shake things up, and to help that shaking to happen quickly. He doesn’t mess about!
You won’t always find it easy working with Jack because he is one of that rare breed — an authentic agent of change and innovation who is prepared for things to get harder before they get easier.
– Paul Levy, Senior Researcher, Centre for Research in Innovation Management, University of Brighton
“For three decades Jack has been the go-to walking encyclopaedia of the very best and most innovative management and organization theory. He is second to none in comparing, contrasting, and critiquing models, explaining complex management thinking simply and memorably, and turning ideas into effective practice. A sophisticated thinker of this calibre and breadth of knowledge who is also a skilled practitioner, is these days something of a rarity.”
– Dr James Wilk, MA(Oxon) MSc(Oxon) PhD FCybS, University of Oxford
“I have worked with Jack Martin Leith for more than 20 years. He has one of the most brilliant, penetrating, erudite, and practical minds I know. With his exceptional experience of innovation, large group work and organisation development, he is a terrific partner for clients and consultancies with major projects.”
– Angus Jenkinson, founder of Thinking and non-executive chairman at The Department
“A jack of all trades and master of many.”
– Tom Bourner, Emeritus Professor of Personal and Professional Development, University of Brighton