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Cognitive Edge
Making sense of complexity in order to act
Absorb uncertainty, create resilience, detect weak signals
Making sense of complexity in order to act
Absorb uncertainty, create resilience, detect weak signals
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Cognitive Edge was founded in 2005 with the objective of building methods, tools and capability to utilise insights from Complex Adaptive Systems theory and other scientific disciplines in social systems. This approach, known variously as Naturalising Sensemaking and Cognitive Complexity has developed three main focus areas:

The development of SenseMaker® – a software ecology which integrates decision support, research, monitoring and knowledge management

Comprehensive global education programme –  a broad network of practitioners able to use the methods and tools developed by Cognitive Edge.  Approximately 2,700+ Network Members now exist both within organisations and as independents

The research agenda – acknowledged by the Academy of Management with two awards for the Cynefin framework, which is at the heart of the approach

 

 

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Dave Snowden
Sense Making | Complexity Science applied to organisations | Founder, Cognitive Edge
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David is currently working on the application of natural sciences to social systems through the development of a range of methods and the SenseMaker® software suite. He is known for the development of the Cynefin framework and is the founder and chief scientific officer of Cognitive Edge, a  management consulting firm specializing in complexity and sensemaking.

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  • Sensemaking
  • Knowledge Management
  • Complexity Science applied to organisations
  • Narrative 
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Last 50 posts on own channels (YouTube, Podcast, Medium or Website/Blog):

Vector theory of change – a theory of change for complex systems
Published on: 19 Jan 22 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Linda Doyle

Vector theory of change – a theory of change for complex systems
Published on: 19 Jan 22 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Linda Doyle

Entanglement: empathy via abduction
Published on: 27 Nov 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

How to Create a Citizen Sensor Network
Published on: 24 Nov 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by lindadoyle

The process of strategy 3 of 3
Published on: 19 Nov 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

The process of strategy 2 of 3
Published on: 11 Oct 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by dave snowden

The process of strategy 1 of 3
Published on: 5 Oct 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

What gives you hope for the future?
Published on: 30 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Linda Doyle

Of people, roles and ritual (3 of 3)
Published on: 29 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Of people, roles and ritual (2 of n)
Published on: 28 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Of people, roles and ritual (1 of n)
Published on: 27 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Ralph Stacey 10/9/1942 – 4/9/2021
Published on: 26 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Prevarication by platitude
Published on: 14 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

20 years on, some memories
Published on: 11 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Learning: an anthro-complexity perspective
Published on: 9 Sep 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

… which ruminates when walking
Published on: 27 Aug 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

…the eye was bewildered
Published on: 25 Aug 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

We’re launching a Citizen Engagement & Democratic Innovation Programme White Paper
Published on: 23 Aug 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Linda Doyle

15 years on
Published on: 25 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Too fast, too soon?
Published on: 24 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Ἄνδρα μοι ἔννεπε, Mοῦσα, πολύπλοκον: some thoughts around trying to translate Cynefin into Greek
Published on: 20 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

Pleaches, Liggers & the ‘C’ words
Published on: 19 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

At the Complexity turn …
Published on: 18 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Siphonophorae not hybrid (2 of 2)
Published on: 16 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Siphonophorae not hybrid (1 of 2)
Published on: 15 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Comment on Maps or charts? by Greg Brougham
Published on: 14 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Greg Brougham

Comment on Maps or charts? by Pierre
Published on: 14 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Pierre

Comment on Maps or charts? by Luis García
Published on: 13 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Luis García

Maps or charts?
Published on: 13 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Spotting anomalies
Published on: 12 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Natural science as counter-factual
Published on: 11 Jul 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Comment on The tyranny of the explicit by Dissolution of problems in organisations (Complex Adaptive Systems) – part 1/2 – Introduction – System Collaboration Blog Book
Published on: 28 Jun 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dissolution of problems in organisations (Complex Adaptive Systems) – part 1/2 – Introduction – System Collaboration Blog Book

How the elephant got his trunk: what evolution can teach us about complexity
Published on: 7 Jun 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

How the elephant got his trunk: what evolution can teach us about complexity
Published on: 7 Jun 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

Comment on Bad titles and the need for theory to inform practice by Series: Are you stuck in a rabbit hole…? – Introduction – System Collaboration Blog Book
Published on: 23 May 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Series: Are you stuck in a rabbit hole…? – Introduction – System Collaboration Blog Book

Coherence and ‘truth’
Published on: 4 May 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

To curate or be curated?
Published on: 9 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

The Woozle effect
Published on: 8 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Looking back at the Acorn Study; Part 9: Seedlings
Published on: 8 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra
Published on: 7 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

…fraught with moral peril
Published on: 6 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

A word or two about words … (2/2)
Published on: 4 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

A word or two about words …
Published on: 3 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Fool or foolish?
Published on: 2 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

I will lift up my eyes …
Published on: 1 Apr 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Flexuous flight
Published on: 29 Mar 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Naturalising narrated
Published on: 28 Mar 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Dave Snowden

Looking back at the Acorn Study; Part 8.2: And then COVID happened
Published on: 18 Mar 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

Looking back at the Acorn Study; Part 8.1: And then COVID happened
Published on: 11 Mar 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

Looking back at the Acorn Study; Part 7: Hope, loss, and sacrifice
Published on: 4 Mar 21 in Cognitive Edge – Website by Anna Panagiotou

If you want to take a shortcut, this blog is launching an explainer on vector theory of change—a theory of change for complex systems. *** Imagine standing at the base …Read more
If you want to take a shortcut, this blog is launching an explainer on vector theory of change—a theory of change for complex systems. *** Imagine standing at the base …Read more
The last three blog posts provided the core scaffolding for what I have been calling the Estuarine framework (pending getting a proper name for it). I’ve got a lot of …Read more
New uses for sensors are being created all the time; from marinas using them to increase safety by guiding yachts boats into place to taps in the public toilets. Animals …Read more
I’ve got into the habit of tweeting a summit picture from each Wainwright summit as a part of my challenge to complete all 214 in less than 40 days. For …Read more
Thanks to a sudden slip on greasy rock descending from Red Screes I’m home a couple of days early.  The absence of cartilage under both patellas, managed through kinesiology tape …Read more
This post follows on from the September series which looked at the whole issue of the learning organisation, and I have no intention of getting involved in the debates about …Read more
What gives you hope for the future? That’s what we’re asking communities around the world. Introducing A New Community Engagement Demo SenseMaker® Collector   Our new SenseMaker® collector focuses on …Read more
In bringing this three-part series of blog posts to an end I just want to remind readers that they are in effect an extension of the original post on learning …Read more
To continue from my post of yesterday, and with less intent to be polemical, but definite intent to disturb, I want to advocate an approach to design and development within …Read more
From time to time I am invited to speak at The Stoa, a group that got together at the start of the pandemic and has continued since.  Always an interesting …Read more
I can’t imagine that anyone interested in complexity in organisations will not know the work of Ralph Stacy, or not be saddened to learn of his death earlier this month. …Read more
The road to hell, they say is paved with good intentions and nothing is more frustrating in the general field of sense-making and complexity work than when you encounter said …Read more
The love of wicked men converts to fear, That fear to hate, and hate turns one or both To worthy danger and deserved death. Richard II Act V Scene i …Read more
If you go back in time then two books could be considered to have laid the foundation for what I have termed the ‘systems thinking’ era which runs from the …Read more
Carwyn Edwards sent me an interesting link via social media the other day.  It was to an article by an anthropologist at Dartmouth College on the link between great thinking …Read more
Back from holiday (of which more tomorrow) and a chance to pick up the blog agai as well as to reconnect with ‘civilisation’ in general.  Part of that return was …Read more
If you’ve been following us for the last few years, you’ll know we’ve been developing our Citizen Engagement & Democratic Innovation programme. So it’s a well established hive of activity …Read more
So on this day, 15 years ago I wrote my first ever blog post.  I was just settling into staff accommodation at Nanyang University (The banner picture I grabbed from …Read more
This post picks up on the idea of shallow monogamy in my post of a few days ago looking at some of the obstacles to the adoption of complexity thinking.  The other two …Read more
Unless this is the first time you have stumbled across this blog by accident, you might have come across the idea of “the Wiki”. This usually does not refer to The …Read more
Two interesting sets of interactions on social media triggered today’s post.  One was a distinction made between cutting down a tree and trimming a hedge.  That one came from a …Read more
We live, as the Chinese curse tells us, in interesting times;  and those times, to paraphrase Lincoln require us to both think anew and act anew.  As ever any radical …Read more
Yesterday I raised the idea of using a colony of different organisms that have evolved to collaborate as a single entity as a metaphor for new forms of organisation.  In …Read more
🎉 Happy New Year from the #Cynefin Co ✨ As we bid farewell to the old and embrace the new, the Cynefin Co family wishes you a year filled with joy, growth, and endless possibilities. May the upcoming year be a canvas painted with vibrant experiences, exciting challenges, and remarkable achievements. Here’s to a year of shared successes, collaborative discoveries, …Read more
People’s perspectives on an organisation’s past give them a limited view of the present. This has a strong influence on its future. The Future, Backwards method helps to widen these perspectives. The Future Backwards method is one of the primary workshop tools within The #Cynefin Co— and one of the most popular. It was developed initially as an alternative to …Read more
It’s a wrap: #Cynefin Co training & events “Wrapped” for 2023… 🎶 🎶 As we close out our last public training for the year (with a few meetups and reunions still to go), our training and events lead, Donna Glanvill, felt it appropriate to reflect on some major celebrations… # Over 1000 people trained in our methods and tools 🏆 …Read more
We have a fantastic opportunity for teams who want to join our Agile Development Cohort. We are looking for teams who are ready to take on a collaborative exploration of complexity and sensemaking in the Agile space. We still have a few available spots for teams to be part of our small (<10) cohort. This is a unique chance to …Read more
Dave Snowden: Its always a pleasure to teach in Latin America even with simultaneous translation (and its takes 30% longer to say something in Portugese than English and the Welsh speak English 30% faster as well). I think one of the reasons is that, unlike Anglo-Saxon audiences they are happy to go with the flow and gain understanding over the …Read more
It’s day one at KM world in Washington DC and the Cynefin team are off to a flying start with not one, but three workshops! First off, Beth Smith and Ellie Snowden are facilitating a Cynefin favourite, Future Backwards. In this fun method, participants benefit from the oral history of an organisation, from multiple perspectives. Stay tuned to hear more …Read more
Dave Snowden always emphasises the need for numerous small projects instead of one big project, either focused on resolving immediate issues or changing the substrate or energy gradient of the system. One of his quotes about #complexsystems is, “The only way to scale a #complex system is by decomposition to the lowest level of coherent granularity (LCCG) and then allowing …Read more
“Estuarine mapping” The approach overall is based on three key aspects of working with #complex systems and #organizationaldevelopment : 🌟 Initiating and monitoring micro-nudges, lots of small projects rather than one big project, so that success and failure are both (non-ironically) opportunities. 🌟 Understanding where we are and starting journeys with a sense of direction rather than abstract goals. 🌟 …Read more
Dear all, this is a friendly reminder that our team is signing off for the year 2023. We will take a much-needed break from December 22nd until January 4th, 2024. During this time, we will monitor our inboxes for urgent issues, but otherwise, we will be away. Thank you to our clients, training participants, and everyone who engaged with us …Read more
The #Cynefin Co team, led by our delightful Grumpy Santa 🎅 Dave Snowden, successfully navigated through the year 2023 by combining virtual and in-person events 🌍✨ We travelled across the world, including UK, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, Brazil, and the United States to offer knowledge and training sessions to eager participants. We’ve been to more …Read more
We are excited to announce that the #Cynefin Co Base Pack Hexi will be available for pre-order for delivery in 2024. 🎉 Our team has listened to feedback from version one Hexi users, and made a series of improvements to the kit. ✨The product and packaging have been streamlined for easier transportation. Because of the packaging changes, we are able …Read more
Our #Cynefin Co team have been busy these past weeks in the USA at KM World and the Retreats! If you are a new follower or your team is curious about Cynefin, join our upcoming ✨ December Virtual Cynefin BaseCamp ✨ The recommended entry point into the world of #complexity and the Cynefin Co’s practice. Facilitated by Daniel Walsh, with …Read more
A special invite to Our Haunt members🌟 The holidays are coming, and we’re feeling playful. So gather around the yule log, take off your normal hats, and put on your wizard hats. #Estuarine Mapping has been a big topic of conversation this year, so we’ll take all the worry and all the intimidation out of it, and we’ll use it …Read more
Dave Snowden – #Complexity on One Slide It’s taken a couple of decades, but a lot of things have started to come together in what Dave Snowden terms anthro-complexity or naturalizing sense-making. Combining Deleuzian Epistemology, Constructor theory from Physics, and Complexity Science will hopefully provide a coherent and easy-to-understand picture of the field. There were always interesting elements, but now …Read more
Get your team started in 2024 with our foundational training offerings book any of our scheduled 2024 trainings before 31 December 2023 and enjoy a price freeze! 2023 prices are valid for all purchases in 2023, even for 2024 events. See your options: ✨Virtual Cynefin® Basecamp, February, March 2024 ✨Narrative BaseCamp (Virtual), February, May, August 2024 ✨Virtual Knowledge Management Basecamp …Read more
As the year comes to a close, we at The Cynefin Company want to take a moment to express our gratitude and wish you all a very Merry Christmas. 🎄🎁 We are incredibly thankful for the hard work and dedication of our staff, without whom none of our success would be possible. Your passion and commitment are truly inspiring, and …Read more
Our #Cynefin team, Dave Snowden, Ellie Snowden, and Beth Smith, has landed in the #USA, and we are excited to announce that our eagerly awaited USA Retreat is just around the corner. This event marks our first in-person gathering in this region in years, and it’s all about diving deep into the fascinating world of anthro-complexity and human systems. Are …Read more
This is a lovely gift to our Premium Members – recordings from a rich series of 11 #Cynefin Retreats since the first Retreat in Snowdonia in 2017. Thank you, Elmi Bester, for your assistance. Members can now access the recordings & and reflections in Our Haunt 🤜 https://members.thecynefin.co/news-events/post/2024-cynefin-retreats-and-now-available-the-retreat-collection-of-37GKjo57oPgIUWT?utm_source=MBR-FB-NOV&utm_medium=MBR-FB-NOV&utm_campaign=MBR-FB-NOV&utm_id=MBR-FB-NOV If you are not yet a member, you can sign up here …Read more
We are trying out a new way of analysing change in the #NHS using stories. #Sensemaker provides researchers in #Healthcare with a radically different way to analyse how learning interventions like the “School for Change Agents” contribute to change and improvement in the NHS – Rosanna Hunt The use of SenseMaker® video 🤜 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jocEbcphNa4 Get SenseMaker® 🤜 https://thecynefin.co/get-sensemaker/?utm_source=MBR-FB-DEC&utm_medium=MBR-FB-DEC&utm_campaign=MBR-FB-DEC&utm_id=MBR-FB-DECGet SenseMaker – …Read more
We’re looking forward to our next Meetup with our members in our series on the 3As – Assemblages, Affordances, and Agency. We’ll continue to explore these 3As in the context of Estuarine Mapping, and how we can work with these concepts in practical and tangible ways. With the 3A’s we have a perspective that helps us to see the options …Read more
Dave’s Thinking: Focus day 💡 In the context of approaches to #strategy 💡 Dave Snowden has talked about maps and mapping a lot over the years. the process of strategy we are talking about maps, and the use of maps to navigate a partially charted future. So the way things follow this sequence: 1. Map the constraints, ideally using SenseMaker® …Read more
The landscape of #Narrative! We’ll delve into the triangle of distributed #ethnography, sense-making, and narrative practice. Get ready to embark on an exciting journey with the Narrative BaseCamp as we delve into: 🌟 Narrative in anthro-complexity and its key, but often invisible role in human cognition, pattern-seeking and recognition, and #decisionmaking. 🌟 Understand narrative’s power as a form of communication, …Read more
Our next global #community of #complexity, Cynefin and SenseMaker® practitioners events list and latest Quarterly Meetup with Dave Snowden & Friends: Agency & Identity recordings (1 Hour) 👇 🌟 In this Meetup, we focused on Agency & Identity, which was part of the 3As typology of Assemblages, Affordances, and Agency. We continued to explore these 3As in the context of …Read more
Customer experiences as #narrative landscapes! A company sees customer experience as the make or break for succeeding at a brand transformation or a brand change initiative. Most if not all of my introductory conversations emphasize that SenseMaker® is a narrative or engagement-driven solution that uses technology to aid in scalability as well as to facilitate wider and deeper scanning….The experience …Read more
Happy #WorldHealthDay! A chance to reflect on the theme #HealthForAll. Today Nina Abrahams from our Health and Care programme has written a blog about the need to invest in health – from clinical settings to climate change. Today’s blog is here 👉 https://hubs.la/Q01KGkBS0 …Read more
Dave will be sharing his expertise on stimulating and using informal networks for knowledge flow at UNICOM Seminars, Effective Knowledge Management Conference on April 27, 2023. Don’t miss out! To enhance your knowledge management skills do registration 👉 https://hubs.la/Q01KvMhx0 …Read more
Join us at the Virtual Cynefin® Basecamp in May 2023. Only 3 seats left! This immersive experience will introduce you to the Cynefin framework and its tools and methods through first-person participation. Book your ticket here 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01K684c0 #Cynefin #Complexity …Read more
Festival of Hope, Beth Smith and Dave Snowden 💡 https://hubs.la/Q01Jfnbr0 #complexity #sensemaking #youthleadership #leadership …Read more
Can’t make the upcoming Wales Retreat? We will be recording the plenary sessions and offering this as a package along with some virtual discussion and reflection sessions with our team. See details at 👉https://hubs.la/Q01J4lyB0 …Read more
As the holy month of Ramadan begins today, we at Cynefin Co. extend our warmest wishes to our Muslim colleagues, friends, and clients around the world. We hope that this month brings peace, happiness, and prosperity to all who observe it. #RamadanMubarak🌙✨ …Read more
We are excited to share with you that The Cynefin Company has been mentioned in the book “The Social Brain: The Psychology of Successful Groups” by Tracey Camilleri, Samantha Rockey, and Robin Dunbar! Book Link https://hubs.la/Q01HtwBV0 …Read more
This is your last chance to book yourself into the Annual Mike Jackson Lecture at Hull University next week. We invite you to check out our latest post by Dave Snowden. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity! Here 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01Hl5wy0 #cynefin #systemthinking #lecture …Read more
Our new Hexi approach & associated methods, like the Estuarine Mapping, are continuing to generate excitement. Anna Panagiotou will be offering a CodeCrafts workshop about it all this spring in Vienna. Registration 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01H8fxf0 #vienna #australia #germany #europe …Read more
Our ongoing series on the findings from our MassSense on COVID & climate continues. In this 2nd instalment we exploring the relationship between individual & collective. Don’t miss out on Part 2 of this insightful series here 👇 https://hubs.ly/Q01GMs290 #cynefin #COVID19 #society …Read more
The discussion covers the related concepts of scaffolding and constraints, which are important in the context of complex systems and organisations. https://hubs.la/Q01Gx0NJ0 #cynefin #complexity #theoryofconstraints #leadershipdevelopment …Read more
We’re thrilled to announce the upcoming Virtual Estuarine Mapping & EUFG Masterclass, taking place on March 29th, 2023. To register and learn more, visit our website now 👇 We can’t wait to see you there! https://hubs.la/Q01GffZ50 #cynefin #training #masterclass #complexity …Read more
We are delighted to announce the Corporate Research Forum (CRF) conference on ‘Better Decisions: Making Sense of Complexity,’ featuring keynote speaker Dave Snowden, taking place on March 14 in London, & available online on March 23, 2023. Registration 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01G4QTg0 …Read more
We have our final Eagle confirmed for our upcoming Retreat, 19-22 April in Wales! Welcome, @carynvanstone! Caryn specialises in driving performance change & cultivating adaptive cultures within various organisations. Explore your choices here 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01G1Rnt0 #cynefin …Read more
March is International Women’s Month, and the 8th of March is International Women’s Day. Happy International Women’s Day! #iwd2023 #womeninstem #womenintech #internationalwomensday2023 #womenentrepreneurs #EmbraceEquity …Read more
Cynefin Retreats use the Tricopticon process, designed as a fresh compromise between a formal conference and the more unstructured unconference. Wiki page 👉 https://hubs.la/Q01FzPN70 Youtube explainer video 👉 https://hubs.la/Q01FzNs40 Cynefin Retreat: 👉 https://hubs.la/Q01FzM4z0 …Read more
“Anything that can help us better understand the complexity of life and all things organisational, is pretty essential in these challenging times and so I really wanted to share Dave’s vision and approach in this Never Normal newsletter” – Peter Hinssen https://hubs.la/Q01Ft_dz0 …Read more
The Cynefin Framework and Megaproject Decision-Making Seminar with Dave Snowden on the 8th & 15th of March 2023. The 8th of March registration is fully booked but the 15th of March registration is still open for you. Secure your free spot today here 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01Flzj60 …Read more
Rewilding Agile – A Discussion with Dave Snowden https://hubs.la/Q01DWxjL0 #agile #cynefin #rewilding #scrum #leadership …Read more
Thank you Lloyd Mander for sharing your feedback with us. It means a lot to hear your support for our efforts! “I had a great professional development day today in Wellington with Dave Snowden who ran a Masterclass on Cynefin, Estuarine Mapping & Strategy” https://hubs.la/Q01DPblS0 …Read more
Our next in-person Estuarine Mapping & EUFG Masterclass is on the 16th of March 2023 in Madrid, Spain. Dig into more details on that event here 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01DLhgX0 #madrid #spain #masterclass #events …Read more
Understanding the organisation as a complex adaptive system offers many opportunities to organisations to increase the rate of innovation and remove excessive costs by understanding what can actually managed. 👇 https://hubs.la/Q01DsDDx0 …Read more
Thank you Nicolas Mas for your feedback, it is much appreciated. #Singapore “We learnt about the Cynefin Framework (pronounced /kəˈnɛvɪn/ – a Welsh word) and how it can be used to navigate and address complexity” #agile #cynefin …Read more
Can we use Cynefin Framework to mediate conflicts? A discussion between “Dave” and “The Brand Called You” https://hubs.la/Q01Dcswg0 …Read more

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