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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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Chris Corrigan 6h
In “The Welsh Girl” Peter Ho Davies writes about as sheep understand it, a habitat from which a ewe cannot be moved. One of our Art of Hosting participants drew the sheep falling off the cliff of obvious. 🐑🙂 ⁦
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Dan North Nov 10
Hey folks, what are some good initial resources for learning about Cynefin?
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Mia Kolmodin Nov 6
Did you know you can download our Cynefin Context Cards DIY version? Try them out for free, and if you like them you can soon buy printed PRO decks in our Dandy webshop 🤠
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James Steele Nov 10
Interview with Dave Snowden via
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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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Zibtek Nov 7
RT : I was wondering, , is the name of your book "Sense & Respond" a nod to complexity science in product development (i.e. probe-sense-respond in complex domain of 's ) or just a happy coincidence? …
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Nuno Rafael Gomes Nov 11
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Sherry Johnson Nov 10
What an amazing example of enabling constraints.
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Christoph Baudson Nov 8
Ever since embracing , I take it as a compliment if people say I make things complicated :p
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VMaryAbraham Nov 11
Hearing about and framework from . This could almost be a session for . An interesting opportunty for cross-fertilization.
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Jake Nov 5
We are looking forward to hosting you at the Krulak Center for Innovation.
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Kitty Iding Nov 8
Learnings from on leadership, product differentiation and resilience. Also complexity thinking from . Thanks mr Douglas Orton
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Alastair Noyce Nov 7
Thanks for hosting the 2nd Annual Peter Noyce Memorial Lecture and to Prof Nick Barber for a brilliant and funny lecture on The ‘Eupharmic’ Patient... elaborating this notion in the context of framework... something new which has got me thinking...
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Philippe Guenet Nov 6
Replying to @swardley
Do you see as a possible map (cognitive one)? Each domain have a meaning, there are dynamics between domains, there is a cliff of complacency, there are liminal spaces between domains. So space has a meaning.
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VeriSM_Global Nov 7
Unwrapped and Applied is now out and includes practical application around approaches that will benefit your journey including . Read more about VeriSM here
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Jake Nov 5
All set to host Dr. David Snowden at the Marine Corps University for a discussion on “A Operational Approach to Complexity”
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Helene Russell Nov 6
RT : RT : Here's the dumbed-down version of the framework
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Paul Connell Nov 3
Replying to @thomasforth
Its like until i used the tools in anger i didnt really get it.
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