The Coalitionist manifesto

All the simple problems have long since been solved.  

Now we have to deal with the personally, professionally, culturally, politically and all the other complex “lee” challenges that no one person or group can solve.  And in that kind of environment, the person most likely to succeed is the person who can effectively identify, engage and motivate people and organizations to band together, share resources and stay focused on meeting a common challenge.

That’s the theory, anyway, behind The Coalitionist. It’s intended to be a useful and sometimes irreverent soapbox for communicators, public involvement professionals and the occasional crackpot to share ideas, insights and tools for creating networks and coalitions united behind achieving common goals.

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2 responses to “The Coalitionist manifesto

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