Hot off the press!
  • Check out our feature article in the latest issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review- Social Innovation From the Inside Out. In it we explore the concept and practice of ‘inscaping’ and highlight three organizations that we’ve learned tons from over the years: Santropol Roulant, Southwest Baltimore Charter School, and PLAN. A PDF version of the article can be obtained here. We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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    Organization Unbound was also highlighted in SSIR’s inaugural on-line ‘Magazine Extras’, which includes:
    ::   Tolu Ilesanmi’s reflection I Am a Cleaner
    ::   A tutorial on Inscaping from the Expressive Change Field Guide
    ::   Marianne Knuth’s reflection How We Gather on her experience trying out the above session
    ::   Warren’s Tedx Talk on The Form Trap


    November 27th, 2013 | Warren Nilsson & Tana Paddock | 2 Comments

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  • Noah Halton 11.27.2013

    Powerful. I am citing your article for a website I am making for a class on organizational sustainability. My inquiry is on the relationship of solidarity to social change and your thoughts have prompted me to look at solidarity within organizations and their Theories of Change and not just the external actors. I enjoy the distinctions made by the form trap and the use of inscaping to place emphasis on the experiences of those within the processes of social change.

    I am also a very close friend of Sadaf Kashfi, who speaks of you both very highly. I hope that we can speak personally sometime in the near future.

  • Thank you so much Noah. I love the idea of applying the social justice solidarity lens internally. I would love to read your paper if you’re comfortable sharing it or sharing the pieces that you feel relate. `Perhaps we could do a 3-way conference call with Sadaf in the new year. It’s been quite a while since we’ve connected with her. My email is tana(at) if you want to set something up.

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