Laske Social Science Archive, Section I: Writings (2000-2003) on Requisite Organization and HR ‘Meta-Enablers’

The Laske Social Science Archive gathers Otto Laske’s writings on organizations written between 1999 and 2019, many of which have retained their value vis a vis new fashions of management thinking. Its sections are numbered chronologically. The Archive makes available both texts and slides, the latter for pedagogical purposes. The articles gathered are bundled according to topic. They can be downloaded free of charge.

Archive I gathers writings from between 2000 and 2003 most of which are focused on issues of requisite organization, particularly HR. The central concept introduced is that of META-ENABLERS. This concept answers concerns brought to life by the Score Card. Meta-enablers are social-emotional and cognitive criteria of relevance to HR and organizations at large.

Some of the articles posted will be highlighted as to their focus starting in February of 2020.

2001a Linking Two Lines of Adult Development

2001b A learning and growth metric

2001c Non-requisite organization

2001d Non-Tangible_Human_Resources

2001e The_Next-Step

2001f What do Meta-enablers add

2001g What_Lies_Beyond

2002a Exec. Dev. as Adult Dev

2002b How to get it wrong both ways

2002c Human_Resources_Beyond_Domain_Competence

2002d Growing the Top Management Team

2002e The Place where Work Happens

2003a A New Data Type

2003b Org._Learning_&_Dev.

Author: Otto Laske

I am the founder and director of IDM, the Interdevelopmental Institute. My background is in philosophy, psychology, consulting, and coaching based on developmental theory to which I have mightily contributed myself. See the blogs at