Author(s): Tex Skuthorpe; Karl-Erik Sveiby
This book may prove a tipping point' for many people...this is one of the most thought-provoking books I have read in the last few years.' Brian Henshall, Emeritus Professor of Management, University of Auckland."The book becomes a fascinating cross-cultural dialogue...a bold attempt to show the intelligence of Aboriginal culture and values and to also show how much the world's oldest living culture can teach us about the world we inhabit today'National Indigenous Times
Karl-Erik Sveiby is Professor of Knowledge Management at the Hanken Business School in Finland. He is also author of several successful volumes on business and management. Tex Skuthorpe is a painter, educator, and custodian of traditional laws and stories of the Nhunggal country in northern New South Wales.
Nhunggabarra StoriesPaintings by Tex SkuthorpeAcknowledgmentsTex's StoryIntroductionCh 1: In the Beginning Ch 2: The Country is a StoryCh 3: The Knowledge is in the StoryCh 4: Learning the Story: the Education SystemCh 5: Knowledge Economy Ch 6: Leadership: All Have a RoleCh 7: The Fourth LevelCh 8: The Spirit of Death Arrives Ch 9: The Nhunggabarra Recipe' for SustainabilityCh 10: Sustain our World!Yuwaalayaay/Yuwaalaraay GlossaryFurther Reading and Research NotesReferences and SourcesIndex