• Why HOW We Do Anything Means Everything

    HOW is a philosophical framework for the changing role of behavior, governance, culture and leadership in contemporary society. It's a way of thinking about individual and organizational behavior in a world that has fast become global, complex, interconnected and interdependent.

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  • Dov Seidman

    Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LRN and Author of
    HOW: Why HOW We Do Anything Means Everything

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    Organizations that succeed in today's reshaped world are those that are purpose-inspired, values-based, and led with moral authority. Getting there requires a new set of metrics.

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  • "My friend Dov Seidman has dedicated his life's work to studying how people conduct their business and their lives. Our mission must be to create a global community of shared responsibilities, shared benefits, and shared values. This new focus will require all of us to think about the HOW."

    President Bill Clinton

  • "Dov Seidman's HOW is a brilliant social-ethical study. It simplifies for the reader the complexity of vital challenges facing humanity today. Students and teachers alike will profit from reading this book."

    Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Laureate

  • "Dov Seidman basically argues that in our hyperconnected and transparent world, how you do things matters more than ever, because so many more people can now see how you do things, be affected by how you do things, and tell others how you do things on the Internet anytime."

    Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times columnist

  • President Bill Clinton
  • Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Laureate
  • Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times columnist


  • June 24

    RT @reidhoffman: VCs must hold the same moral position to entrepreneurs as manager/employee or professor/student #DecencyPledge https://t.c…

    June 24

    As truth is being assaulted in America, worth being reminded that “Truth, crushed to earth, shall rise again” Willi… https://t.co/vQwmxHcKxS

    June 23

    in our interdependent world worth noting John Paul Sartre's adage “I cannot make liberty my aim unless I make that of others equally my aim”

  • June 23

    We pause & reflect on whether this "ethos" is really necessary for success? And on whether the success to date happ… https://t.co/DW6BUFvJdv

    June 23

    Sweden’s Museum of Failure reminds us that when we fail we should not fail to learn the lessons https://t.co/xPlqC88KQz

    June 23

    RT @tribelaw: The hardest thing to resuscitate from a politically induced coma is respect for truth and aversion to lying https://t.co/28gs…

  • June 22

    A great leadership message of customer focus and humility, especially as pride goeth before the fall https://t.co/rDEougdDny

    June 22

    #PutYourPhoneDown and talk to somebody with whom you disagree

    June 22

    This will make you laugh at first until it makes you cry because it's sadly all too true of too many organizations https://t.co/FRtE3NwfAD