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
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…Continue
In October 2011, a small group of us gathered in Boston, Massachusetts for the Boston Conversations on Mary Parker Follett. Following on from this inspiring event, the Normandy Conversations on Mary P. Follett will be held October 25-26 at the University of Rouen, Normandy, France.
A Call for Papers - Normandy_conversations_October2012.pdf - is now open. Presentations that will be selected can cover a wide variety of themes. Authors are invited to submit a one-page abstract of their proposal or presentation before the 12th of April 2012. The deadline for Conversations registration is the 15th of September 2012. We hope that many of you who are inspired and informed by Follett will be able to attend.
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