An Integral Approach to the Buffett Phenomenon

A Proposed Mixed Methods Study

Published: June 1, 2008
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By Edward Kelly

The "Buffett phenomenon" refers to investor Warren Buffett's extraordinary success over the past 50 years. The author uses a comprehensive research process to examine the Buffett phenomenon.

Building an Integral Economic Science

Opportunities and Challenges

Published: May 24, 2012
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By Christian Arnsperger

This article delineates some directions in which economic science ought to move if the discipline is going to embrace an integral vision. Such an embrace is far from realized today, mainly because rampant materialism and positivism have made economics into a sophisticated Right-Hand science.

The Financial Crisis of 2008–2009

An Integral Political-Economic Analysis

Published: May 24, 2012
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By Kevin J. Bowman

This article uses the integral political-economic approach to analyze the causes of the financial crisis of 2008 to 2009.

Integral Political Economy

Published: September 1, 2010
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By Kevin J. Bowman

An integral polical-economic framework is developed first with a quadrant analysis of the economy. The analysis contains a novel separaon by quadrant of the effects that either encourage or discourage economic development.

Integral Communication Theory and Practice

Published: September 1, 2011
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By Adam B. Leonard

This article explores the utility of the AQAL model to understand and enhance communication.

The Organizational Power Matrix

Toward a Metapraxis of Power

Published: June 1, 2013
By Cecile Green

This article presents a framework for developing a concrete practice of generative power in organizations. The article focuses on the concept of a metapraxis of power, which is defined as a set of concrete, learnable, repeatable patterns humans can enact in order to address organizational development issues.