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Quantum Storytelling

Join us at the 7th Annual QUANTUM STORYTELLING CONFERENCE, in Las Cruces, New Mexico in December 2017

contact davidboje@gmail.com

December 15-16, 2016, in Las Cruces, NM

6th International Quantum Storytelling Conference

to be held in Dominici Building on NMSU campus, 9AM

SEE SLIDES AND PAPERS IN OUR 2016 Quantum Storytelling Proceedings

  will be out soon

8:30-9am

Dominici Lobby Open with Coffee and Tea

 

 

9:00-9:15

David Boje, Grace Ann Rosile, & Don Pepion

Welcome, Basic Concepts, and Introductions

 

9:15-9:30

Intro of Participants

What we bring, what we hope to take away

 

9:30-9:45

Intro of Participants

What we bring, what we hope to take away

What we bring, what we hope to take away

9:45-10:00

Glenn Aparacio Parry

Ben Franklin

 

10:00-10:15

Group Discussions: Glenn Aparacio Parry 

Group Discussions of Ben Franklin

 

10:15-10:30

REFRESH

REFRESH

 

10:30-10:45

Cora Voyageur

American Indian Women Entrepreneurs

 

10:45-11:00

Monica Jojola via skype

 

 

11:00-11:15

Small Groups Discuss and Generate Questions for Speakers

Group Discussion

 

11:15-11:30

Cora and Monica respond

Speakers respond to group questions

 

11:30-11:45

Bahareh Javadizadeh

Glass Ceiling for Iranian Women?

 

11:45-12:00

Ron Solimon

Ethics, Cultural Values, and Business Success

 

11:45-12:00

Ron and Bahareh discuss
with Group

Group Discussion

 

12:00-1:00

Discussions continue over LUNCH

Lunch in the Lobby

 

1:00-1:15

REFRESH

 

 

1:15-1:30

Hank Strevel

Spirituality through Myth and Storytelling

 

1:30-1:45

David Trafimow

Quantum Connecting with Statistical Tests

 

1:45-2:00

Hank and David

Group Q&A

 

2:00-2:15

REFRESH

 

 

2:15-2:30

Diane Walker

Teacher Quality and Happiness in Education

 

2:30-2:45

Henrietta Pichon

Quantum Connecting with Diverse Students

 

2:45-3:00

Diane and Henrietta

Group Discussion/Q&A

 

3:00-3:15

REFRESH

 

 

3:15-3:30

Sabine Trafimow

Dasein and Homelessness

 

3:30-3:45

Earnest Ramey
& James Sassak

Homelessness

 

3:45-4:00

Sabine, Earnest, James

Group Discussion/Q&A

 

4:00-5:00

Lisa Grayshield

Ethics, Songs, and Visions

 

5:pm

INTERMISSION

 

 

 

Attend Special Conference Event: Veterans Theater Play: Labels and Bullying

Thank you

 

THEME: Ethics, Entrepreneurship,

   & Quantum Indigenous

          STORYTELLING

We host Quantum Storytelling conference on Boje's birthday each year to accommodate doctoral students from around the world that I supervised or helped by being committee member for just mentor in storytelling methods, some now professors, so we can mingle with the new batch of doctoral students and do something locally. All are invited, December 15 to 16 in 2016.

     www.davidboje.com/quantum/
Stay at Lundeen Inn of the Arts
A Mexican Territorial Inn


December 15-16, 2016, in Las Cruces, NM
6th International Quantum Storytelling Conference

Indigenous Storytelling
                          is Quantum

Find out why Boje says 
  Indigenous story is "living story."

Find out how indigenous women entrepreneurs
  are DIFFERENT.
 
Find out how the story of indigenous leadership is
  HETERARCHICAL. 

Featuring special guest indigenous scholars, including:      Greg Cajete (U of New Mexico), 
             Cora Voyageur (U of Calgary), and Brian Calliou (Banff Leadership Center)
                    and NMSU's own brilliant indigenous scholars:
             Don Pepion, Lisa Grayshield, Jeanette Writer, and Joe Gladstone 

Grace Ann Rosile, David M. Boje, and Carma Claw Nez will present
 “Ensemble Leadership Theory” (ELT). ELT is:
*collectivist with indigenous roots in the prehispanic Southwest;
*relational, moving away from “hero” leadership towards shared leadership;
*dynamic in its storytelling and “antenarrative”; 
*heterarchical, rhizomatic, decentered, multi-centered, and non-human-centric.

To REGISTER:  SEND a 2-page abstract, or a statement about your interests if you prefer not to present, with your registration fee as follows:
DOCTORAL STUDENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS = FREE.
FACULTY = $20

Send Check payable to
QUANTUM STORYTELLING CONFERENCE, 4700 Dunn Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88011   or PAYPAL
Contacts:  Dr. Grace Ann Rosile at garosile@nmsu.edu or phone: 575-532-1693 or
Dr. David M. Boje david@davidboje.com  or
Dr. Wanda Cousar quantumsande@gmail.com

LODGING: TWO great B&B’s but only 14 rooms so reserve FAST! Next door to each other!
INN OF THE ARTS  618 S. Alameda Blvd., Las Cruces, NM 88005
TELE: (575) 526-3326 FAX: (575) 647-1334 TOLL FREE: 1-888-526-3326
email: 
lundeeninn@comcast.nethttp://www.innofthearts.com/

ALAMEDA HOUSE 526 S Alameda Blvd, Las Cruces, NM 88005;  Phone: (575) 523-8570
(They are open only to the overflow from this conference—you must mention this conference to reserve!)

Our usual venue is a wonderful Bed and Breakfast Art Gallery, called INN OF THE ARTS - book reservation early, as rooms fill up quick.

 

INN OF THE ARTS
618 S. Alameda Blvd...
Las Cruces, NM 88005
TELE: (575) 526-3326
FAX: (575) 647-1334
TOLL FREE: 1-888-526-3326
email: lundeeninn@comcast.net

Southern New Mexico's most charmingBed and Breakfast

http://www.innofthearts.com/

 

December 15-18, 2016,

6th International Quantum Storytelling Conference

theme:

Indigenous Storytelling is Quantum

Find out why Boje says 

Indigenous story is "living story".

Find out if indigenous women entrepreneurs are DIFFERENT.

Find out how the story of indigenous leadership is

HETERARCHICAL. 

In addition to our usual quantum storytelling scholars, we will feature 

special guest indigenous scholars 

Greg Cajete (U New Mexico), 

Cora Voyageur (U Calgary), and 

Brian Calliou (Banff Leadership Center)

Plus NMSU's own brilliant indigenous scholars

Don Pepion, Jeanette Writer, Lisa Grayshield, and Joe Gladstone 


Grace Ann Rosile, David M. Boje, and Carma Claw Nez “Ensemble Leadership Theory: Collectivist, Relational, and Heterarchical Roots from Indigenous Contexts.” in Leadership journal. The authors propose an “Ensemble Leadership Theory” (ELT) rooted in an indigenous world-view. First, ELT casts leadership as a collective phenomenon. It moves away from the “hero” leadership views and instead, connects with the recent “shared” views of leadership. Second, ELT is dynamic rather than static, as revealed using storytelling and “antenarrative” analysis. Third, ELP assumes a social structure which is decentered, as well as multi-centered and non-human-centric. Fourth, the combination of dynamism and multi-centeredness yields a structure which storytelling scholars call “rhizomatic” and archeologists term “heterarchical.” These ELT qualities of collectivist, relational, dynamic, and heterarchic draw on the archeology of the prehispanic southest. From these ancient roots, ELT emerges to break new ground in collective leadership theories. 
For a pre-publication draft, contact: Grace Ann Rosile at garosile@nmsu.edu

We are planning a special Friday evening DECEMBER 16 2016 VETERANS THEATER production of a play at the famous Las Cruces Rio Grande Theater (pening booking confirmaiton).

This will be a three act play about, Youth, Veterans, and Homeless

It is called "Labeled and Discrarded". It is the story of how people use spice (other drugs too), and get labeled, then discarded by society. VETERANS THEATRE did a short some short films, to convince City Council to adopt an ordiance

SPICE MENACE DOCUDRAMA

Veterans Theater's Documentary YouTube Video on Spice Epidemic will be presented at City Council of Las Cruces New Mexico on 28 March 2016 at noon. Click here for the PowerPoint Slides

We are Veterans Theater http://veteranstheater.com 

 

 

"Antenarrative is defined as ‘the fragmented, non-linear, incoherent, collective, unplotted, and pre-narrative speculation, a bet, a proper narrative can be constituted’" (Boje, 2001: 1)

Proceedings of 2016 Quantum Storytelling Conference

Boje, D. M. (2016). Antenarrative Analysis of Donald Trump's Dialectical Leadership in Society. Oresented Dec 16, 2016 at Quantum Storytelling Conference. Click for Paper, Click for Slides

 

Julian Voss-Andreae’s Quantum Man Metal Sculpture
Julian Voss-Andreae’s Quantum Man Metal Sculptures (photo used by permission)

 

Organizational Change and Global Standardization: Solutions to Standards and Norms Overwhelming Organizations (Routledge Studies in Organizational Change & Development) Hardcover - Available on 31 Jul 2015

by David M. Boje (Editor)

 

by Tonya Henderson (Author), David M. Boje (Author)

 

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Available from Routledge May 2014; See Reviews; See Book Signing Flyer

2014 BOOK edited by David M. Boje and Tonya Wakefield

Being Quantum: Ontological Storytelling in the Age of Antenarrative

Available from Amazon 2014

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