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sk.jpgGraham Douglas is a pioneer author and consultant in Applied Mind Science in the field of Integrative Thinking and originator of Integrative Improvement: Sustainable Development as if People and Their Physical, Social and Cultural Environments Mattered, the SOARA Process of Integrative Thinking and Douglas Integrative Governance 247 (DIG 247).

He has a wealth of experience covering sustainable human development, governance, management and training from his career in the Australian Army, government, business and the civil society. This includes long and short-term planning; systems analysis and design; setting up and managing the Financial and Economic Policy Division of the Papua New Guinea Treasury; advising on the policies, programs and projects of the World Bank in Washington DC; developing social, financial and investment policy; establishing his own book business specialising in issues and ideas in the social sciences and humanities; community affairs; citizens' advocacy; public policy; innovations in governance and care in the community.