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Marc Burgauer
Eupsychian Manager, Uncertainty scout. No straight paths, many fires. The Present of Work.
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Adrian Howard 24h
Also now on Medium — for those who like Medium 👇 Faster Horses
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Marc Burgauer 4h
Replying to @garyfleming
Is that the Cynefin Minibook there near the top?
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Kim B Sep 10
Pondering... It's not really about choosing the best tool, method or approach It's more about avoiding ones that are inappropriate/ineffective for the types of systems we're dealing with
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Marc Burgauer Sep 13
Replying to @cyetain
Ya know, it’s a dog eats dog world and I’m gone before the food runs out anyway.
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Marc Burgauer Sep 13
Replying to @mhsutton
Sheep get a bad rep. ;)
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REdeploy Sep 12
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M. Molly Backes 27 Aug 18
Depression commercials always talk about sadness but they never mention that sneaky symptom that everyone with depression knows all too well: the Impossible Task.
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @cyetain @callumflack
Is religion Past Driven Change? It’s more about defining value through the origin story then a Utopia/Dystopia? I abhor the entire “we’re bad people for destroying the planet” narrative precisely because it promotes the “no point caring about what happens after I die”.
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @cyetain @callumflack
Do religions offer a model? You agree on values and forms of expected collaboration/cooperation while allowing for futures to emerge? (Same basic text results in very different societies?)
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @cyetain @callumflack
Inertia! Always.
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @cyetain @callumflack
How would it change perception if the narrative was “and some people are going to lose their homeland as a consequence of our actions (or lack of), so we have to get better at integrating larger migration streams”?
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @cyetain @callumflack
I’m not sure if we have to fight it. I believe the absence of a narrative of “how do we mitigate the consequences (suffering)”, and hence acceptance that some of these consequences will materialise, as much of the problem. ..
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Marc Burgauer Sep 12
Replying to @callumflack @cyetain
It’s the framing that what we must do is to waterfall to hitting the Paris Accord metrics (instead of the outcomes we aim to achieve)?
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Marc Burgauer Sep 11
Replying to @cyetain
So what’s the antidote to dystopian driven change?
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Marc Burgauer Sep 11
Replying to @cyetain
Example: UK’s convulsions to its Brexit destiny?
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Marc Burgauer Sep 11
Replying to @cyetain
Now contrast that with what Ackoff (and others, obvs) said about “a sense of chrisis” as enabler for change. They do have a vision, no?
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Ben Sep 11
Over the moon with this new coaching format. Two hour intro session to Wardley Mapping, walking through their first iteration of the strategy cycle, map and all.
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Marc Burgauer Sep 11
An answer, following how Markus frames it, is that they ignore speed.
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