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Ron Donaldson Nov 17
RT : I just published “Mapping Maturity: create context specific maturity models with Wardley Maps informed by
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Lou Hayes, Jr. Nov 16
🤔 Contemplating how far to take "women faking orgasms," as example of: -- feedback loops, 🔁 -- warped mental modeling, 🧠🎨 -- short & long term implications of false feedback. ⏱️⏳ -- incestuous amplification, 🌀 -- & vulnerability in complexity. 💔
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Dr. Jamie Schwandt 17h
Cynefin Framework: A Quick and Different
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Cognitive Edge Nov 14
This masterclass has long been in the making! It promises to be a seminal event. Join us Dec 12-13 for the / masterclass with and
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Matteo Carella Nov 15
Preparing slides for Scrum Gathering Tokyo. My GF: “do you even dream at night about this thing?”. “Sometimes. I use it for making sense of basically everything”.
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Erwin van der Koogh Nov 10
This is how I explain in any training course I do. Not 100% complete and slightly over simplified at points, but almost everyone gets the core messages. Dave didn’t hate it, which is the highest praise I was going for 😉
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Graham Mackenzie🇪🇺 Nov 15
Replying to @ruth_glassborow
Tweets in this thread are largely based on 's presentation on the day Another useful framework from the in day here: framework
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Rolf F. Katzenberger 🇪🇺 Nov 17
Struggling with the term "disposition" of a system, as used in . Sounds uncomfortably teleological to me. Since change is happening all the time, I'd rather prefer "momentum". The concept of "homeostasis" has fooled us into ignoring subliminal change, it seems.
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Indy Sandhu 12h
When you fall down a Cynefin rabbit hole and realise it's nearly 2 in the morning!! Bed time, time to sleep and hopefully some of the learning will find a home in the brain to stick around!
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Lou Hayes, Jr. Nov 14
Still think a missing piece to L&D is using for instructional design (in broad sense, not simply context). How do humans learn skills, information, mindset, decision-making in various domains? 🤔 Positive feedback in our experiments!
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James Steele Nov 10
Interview with Dave Snowden via
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Richard Collings Nov 14
You may find each others work of interest if not already aware
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Svetlozar Stoyanov Nov 10
Good thread on basics
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Cliff Burns Nov 9
Replying to @LouHayesJr
Enabling vs governing constraints ala ?
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Leon Tranter 8h
The Codefin framework:
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Mark Harbor Nov 15
I wonder, is May a practitioner, and has decided a dip into the domain might be a way forward?
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Heidi Siwak Nov 15
Visit to the UK has sent me on an unexpected (light) dive into Darwin which has been helpful to considering change in the complex domain.
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Clogau 19h
Our Cynefin ring, inspired by the captivating Welsh mountains, is beautifully symbolic of 'a sense of place', where our story begins and our hearts, minds and souls align.
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Dan North Nov 10
Hey folks, what are some good initial resources for learning about Cynefin?
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๒คɼɼץ ρɼﻉกɗﻉɼﻭครՇ Nov 15
This has written all over it. In complex situations, people tend to reject objective data and rely more on subjective stories.
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