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John Cutler Aug 12
Diaper blowout in crowded restaurant. Simple, complicated, complex, chaotic ?
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Sonja Blignaut Aug 16
Preparing for a talk at a local Agile fest about agility and future fitness in light of increasing automation and job uncertainty. provides a helpful lens to understand what’s happening and create strategies to move forward:
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Cognitive Edge 22h
Lots of goodies in this week's Friday Five:
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Matteo Carella Aug 14
Icelandic walk 🇮🇸 today. An example of governing constraints in terms. Helpful to avoiding people falling into another attractor? :-)
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Evgen Osmak 10h
Over the decades I’ve seen it with successive management fads, some of which have high utility some little. Re-engineering, sick stigma, Learning Organisation, Blue and Red Oceans, Balanced Score Cards and now Agile.
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Ron Donaldson Aug 17
RT : According to some theories, the street name 'Whip-Ma-Whop-Ma-Gate' refers to a place that is in neither one place nor another! Liminal spaces are always a joy in folklore. More York here >
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Lou Hayes, Jr. Aug 16
“Very often, people who perform routine tasks have been taught to ‘do what they’re told & not think.’ Very often they are required to follow a recipe or script to the letter.” -
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Ian Pestelos Aug 16
“In , the data comes before the framework. In categorization, the framework comes before the data - and that produces a very different psychology.” - Dave Snowden
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Ron Donaldson Aug 16
Replying to @pixlz
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Leon Tranter Aug 16
The Codefin framework:
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Lou Hayes, Jr. Aug 14
I find it most interesting to discuss foot pursuit mindset, philosophy, strategies, tactics, & ultimately thru lens of complex thinking...like + .
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New Haircut Aug 14
Just b/c you've decided to work on a business problem doesn't mean you should. We use the Framework to separate "good problems from bad." Learn how this framework fits into the discovery portion of : |
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Evgen Osmak Aug 14
"We really can’t afford to be too efficient here as that will damage overall effectiveness by reducing variety in the system. Here exceptions are opportunities, in Complicated they are check points, in Obvious deviances to be eliminated."
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Lucian Adrian Aug 13
Cynefin for Everyone - worth-your-time read by , especially useful for those working on introducing as an way of working in organisations and not yet aware of - “cultural change will emerge, rather than being imposed”
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@LeadingComplex Aug 13
A Navigating complexity with workshop rolls into town on 20 Sept. Helping leaders draw on Cynefin to get a better handle on responses needed for today's problems. Hear & Zafer Achi of Cultivating Leadership planning their session
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Jason Zinschlag Aug 13
Applying Cynefin framework in a crisis? Thanks !
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Sard Imperium Aug 13
RT : How to develop a systems-driven gamification strategy
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Sascha Berger Aug 11
Cynefin for Everyone! Cultural and organizational change is always complex, unless there’s already enough chaos for a big-bang change (evolution vs. revolution). by
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Evgen Osmak Aug 11
One of the problems with the consistently crude application of an engineering metaphor in common forms of systems thinking has been an attempt to remove human judgement, to make everything measurable, to reduce decisions to bands on spreadsheets
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helly powell Aug 11
The have left my little workshop and travelled over to France.They are part of Exhibition
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