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 would like these 1 Reply

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 20.

A new white paper about the Follettian school of management 2 Replies

Started by Niels Pflaeging. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 16.

What about translating Follett's books? 2 Replies

Started by Sébastien Damart. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 9.

We need a new Follett Foundation 1 Reply

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 9.

Mary Follett : was she too optimistic ? 9 Replies

Started by GROUTEL. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 9.

Follett Writings: Dynamic Administration 1 Reply

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 9.

Overhills 1 Reply

Started by Stephen Kriss. Last reply by Niels Pflaeging Apr 9.

Albie Davis 3 Replies

Started by Susan Mawer. Last reply by Susan Mawer Jan 1.

Follett's Wikipedia article - can we make it better? 15 Replies

Started by Matthew Shapiro. Last reply by Michael Eugene Turner Dec 17, 2020.

Another book... 1 Reply

Started by Margaret Stout. Last reply by Matthew Shapiro Apr 28, 2020.

 
 
 

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Andreas Wolf commented on Margaret Stout's group MPF and Process Philosophy
"Hi all. I am looking at MF from a perspective of applied research. My work is in organizational aesthetics. I am especially interested in Follet's connection to the Gestalt school of thought as well as her implicit aesthetics (as Bathurst has…"
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The purpose is to find other scholars who are interested in exploring Follett's philosophical underpinnings.See More
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Niels Pflaeging replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion Follett would like these
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Niels Pflaeging replied to Niels Pflaeging's discussion A new white paper about the Follettian school of management
"On Twitter, in a discussion about Follett, leadership "guru" Tom Peters finds blunt words just now about why Follett and her work have not been appropriately recognized until this day: "I hate to oversimplify, but isn’t it just…"
Apr 16
Niels Pflaeging replied to Niels Pflaeging's discussion A new white paper about the Follettian school of management
"Today, Tom Peters admitted to be a proud member of the Follettian school.  Read more about it here on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tom_peters/status/1382759454005997571"
Apr 16
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A new white paper about the Follettian school of management

Dear all, we just published a research white paper about the Follettian school of management, entitled "The Invention of Managements" (not a typo, of course).Read the paper online, here: https://www2.slideshare.net/npflaeging/the-invention-of-managements-betacodex17…See More
Apr 15
Niels Pflaeging replied to Sébastien Damart's discussion What about translating Follett's books?
"I am interested in this as well. With a special interest in German-language translation."
Apr 9
Niels Pflaeging replied to Matthew Shapiro's discussion We need a new Follett Foundation
"This is a matter I am interested in and interested in contributing to. We, my partner Silke Hermann and I, have several ideas about such an effort as well."
Apr 9
Niels Pflaeging replied to GROUTEL's discussion Mary Follett : was she too optimistic ?
"Are humanists too optimistic?"
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