"The genius of movements is paradoxical: They abandon the logic of organizations in order to gather the power necessary to rewrite the logic of organizations."
Change Magazine, Vol. 24, Issue #2, pp. 10-17, Mar/Apr 1992.
Parker Palmer explores a movement approach to educational reform. He writes that the genius of movements is paradoxical: They abandon the logic of organizations in order to gather the power necessary to rewrite the logic of organizations. He explores four definable stages in the movements he has studied. For by understanding the stages of a movement, some of us may see more clearly that we are engaged in a movement today, that we hold real power in our hands–a form of power that has driven real change in recent times.
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