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(((Marc Burgauer)))
Eupsychian Manager, Liminal/Complexity Scout, +… No straight paths, many fires. Postmodern Improvement, Work Experience Practitioner
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Simon Wardley #EEA 1h
Replying to @chrisvmcd
It's the same difference between a geographical and a geological map - the same axis but they have different perspectives. I do like the idea of mapping meaning not needs.
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Nicholas A. Christakis 8h
Dolphins Seem to Use Toxic Pufferfish to Get High. The dolphins’ expert, deliberate handling of the terrorized puffer fish implies that this is not their first time at the hallucinogenic rodeo. They pass it around like a joint. via
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(((Marc Burgauer))) 10h
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(((Marc Burgauer))) 10h
Apart from giving us the materials and some of the skills, is most exemplary how he enables and supports the emerging community of practitioners to stay focused on needs, not solutions. No interest in commercialisation, no need to intimidate, integrity above all.
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(((Marc Burgauer))) 10h
Litmus test: people using other people’s stuff without attribution are hunting fame, not better practice. They exploit value in an community for their own advancement, instead of contributing. The bigger the proportion of novices in the community the lower its resistance to it.
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𝐃𝐀𝐍𝐈 𝐃𝐎𝐍𝐎𝐕𝐀𝐍 Feb 15
Here’s a fixed version of my flowchart with a watermark. It will never be as popular as the bastardized one on FB—but if you’re reading this, you are the special few who know the original artist 😉 RT to support crediting artists and not watering down the community 💕
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(((Marc Burgauer))) 24h
This is the shortest intro I know of that conveys the potential of this framing.
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John Allspaw Feb 14
And as ’s microphone began its fall to the floor, it smiled to itself, knowing that the field was about to grow wiser.
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 15
Replying to @ddclark
A ton of what people with manager in the job title do is. Not management in what it needs to do.
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 15
Replying to @somesheep
An example: the productisation of management.
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 15
Experiencing a dichotomy: while I overwhelmingly experience more often that deep understanding of product is still rare, I am sickened of (the same shallow product understanding) being applied to things that are nothing like products. Hmm.. maybe it’s not a dichotomy after all.
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Simon Wardley #EEA Feb 15
Replying to @chrisvmcd
I particularly like concept of connecting nodes via "shared meaning" rather than needs - ... for me, the connections are needs and the lines actually represent exchanges of capital ... shared meaning? That's different. I like it.
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 15
Replying to @marick @natpryce
Yes
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 15
Replying to @homiliai
Ooh! Yes, that too.
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Maturity Mapping Feb 15
Post: “Mapping meaning”. Using Social Practice Theory and Jobs to be done to develop Maturity Maps
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Agile Scotland Feb 14
🥳 3 weeks to go!! 📍
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Chris McDermott 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Feb 14
I just published “Mapping meaning”. Introducing Social Practice Theory and Jobs to be Done to H/T
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 14
Every existing legacy system works in that it produces enough value to convince people to keep it up.
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Amshru Feb 14
Time to have your say about infrastructure in the South of Scotland, 26th and 27th March
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(((Marc Burgauer))) Feb 14
How free markets erode trust and consequently bloat administration.
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