EXCERPT - Questions for Practice:
"1. What is the nature of the interdependent problems that your group faces ?
2. What are the boundaries and fractures that separate groups that make shared problem solving difficult ?
3. Do you see the manifestation of the tribal impulse ? How does it get acted out ? How might you contain it ?
4. What are the notions of progress for yourself, your group, and other groups connected to the problems and challenges you face ? Are there competing notions of progress ?
5. How might the cultural drift - the taken-for-granted values, practices, and assumptions - serve to put people on auto-pilot, generate blind spots and biases, and reduce interdependent problem-solving capacity ?
6. How might you be a global change agent and provide leadership to promote adaptive change and help groups address interdependent challenges ? "
"Dean Williams is on the faculty of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where he chairs the Global Change Agents Program and leads the World Leaders Interview Project.......".
(Seems to me the above questions also apply to #Cyberpeacefare.- getting CyberPeaceCitizens "across boundaries and fractures that separate groups that make shared problem solving difficult." e.g. "common good - common home - common humanity - world peace shared problems.)