The Mary Parker Follett Network

Unity, not uniformity, must be our aim. - MPF

The Mary Parker Follett Network fosters the exchange of information about, and ideas inspired by, Mary P. Follett

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About Mary Parker Follett

Mary Parker Follett (1868-1933) was a visionary in the field of human relations, democratic organization, and management. Born and raised in Massachusetts, in 1892 she entered what would become Radcliffe College, the women's branch of Harvard. She graduated from Radcliffe summa cum laude in 1898. Follett's intensive research into government while at Radcliffe was later published in her first book, The Speaker of the House of Representatives (1898), which was lauded (by, among…

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Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better? 12 Replies

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Matthew Shapiro Nov 20.

Another book... 1 Reply

Started by Margaret Stout. Last reply by Matthew Shapiro Apr 28.

Three Inquiries

Started by Paul Barnett Apr 11.

Coronavirus: The Time Has Come 12 Replies

Started by Paul Barnett. Last reply by Paul Barnett Mar 30.

Albie Davis 1 Reply

Started by Susan Mawer. Last reply by Margaret Stout Jan 11.

Forthcoming Follett Book 9 Replies

Started by Margaret Stout. Last reply by Margaret Stout Jan 11.

Happy Birthday, MPF!

Started by Matthew Shapiro Sep 3, 2019.

Help With H. G. Wells Reference 2 Replies

Started by David Scott. Last reply by David Scott May 31, 2019.

CONFERENCE! The Future of Progressivism: A Celebration of Mary Parker Follett in the 21st Century 2 Replies

Started by Margaret Stout. Last reply by Rosa Zubizarreta May 3, 2018.

National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation: Make Follett a Focus! 1 Reply

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Rosa Zubizarreta May 3, 2018.

 
 
 

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Matthew Shapiro replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better?
"Mary - I'm not aware of any specific outcome from the discussion here. Looking at the Wikipedia article, I still think it needs a lot of work. Just one example: it now includes the frequently attributed yet never actually cited quote…"
Nov 20
Mary Lang updated their profile
Nov 15
Mary Lang replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better?
"Hi Michael and fellow Follett followers.  Another pracademic chiming in here. I am wondering if the Wikepedia effort ever went anywhere. I've read through the thread to date, and cannot tell what ultimately happened. I may be willing to…"
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Matthew Shapiro replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better?
"Wikipedia is a place that a lot of people will be going to getting a basic introduction to Follett. Thus, it’s worth paying some attention to. Now, there is no single perspective on someone whose work is so multifaceted and widely applicable…"
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Michael Eugene Turner replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better?
"Not to drag this out, or to make too many assumptions, but in Dr. Stout's contribution to this thread, I hope I'm not reading too much between the lines when I say that, in her own model of…"
Apr 30

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