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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 21

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 which identified seven steps for mapping, three pervasive practices and three things to pay attention to.  I’ve been using a theme to the images, namely a natural scene for the banner and various toolsets for the opening picture.  The tool pictures have also been chosen too show a journey from metal bashing, to carpentry to gardening.   I am a good carpenter and a really bad gardener by the way. …

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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 which identified seven steps for mapping, three pervasive practices and three things to pay attention to.  I’ve been using a theme to the images, namely a natural scene for the …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Feb 21

I’m spending the bulk of Sunday getting ready for an intensive series of sprints next week to get the Cynefin wiki populated with all the methods and concepts outlined within the recently published field-guide.  The decision to shift all the various methods that I, and colleagues, have developed over the years into open source was an easy decision to make.  For a start, most of them are out there anyway in various forms and a few have been copied with varying degrees of attribution over the years and frequently corrupted in the process.  By creating a definitive version of the method …

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I’m spending the bulk of Sunday getting ready for an intensive series of sprints next week to get the Cynefin wiki populated with all the methods and concepts outlined within the recently published field-guide.  The decision to shift all the various methods that I, and colleagues, have developed over the years into open source was an easy decision to make.  For …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Jan 21

I always have mixed feelings when I finish a Christmas blog series.  There is a rhythm to writing to a plan but it can also be a burden and you feel you are missing key subjects.  Whatever I took a day off and decided to summarise here some of the work I am doing on our Wiki.  As I have previously said we are moving all of our methods into that wiki and will release it under a creative commons license.  Anyone interested who has Wikimedia skills please get in touch! My priority today was to get a body of …

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I always have mixed feelings when I finish a Christmas blog series.  There is a rhythm to writing to a plan but it can also be a burden and you feel you are missing key subjects.  Whatever I took a day off and decided to summarise here some of the work I am doing on our Wiki.  As I have …

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