Complexity and movements change culture

Chris Corrigan

There are no movement structures, but instead a movement is a mass migration of people, organizations, businesses and communities unified in common story, driving to shift culture, policy, behavior and norms. Cultures are complex and require complexity to change them.

2016 60

A Slow Community Movement? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

As each school is its own community, this concept has a lot of merit and could allow that community to identify what are its goals and priorities. Ability to think globally, not just in a linear manner. Community is non-linear.

2008 157

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We did not include it in the Digital Habitats book because in the community we have seen more failures in the use of SharePoint than successes and our goal was to tell stories of usefulness, not frustration. This is a good tool if you want to have a linear written record (i.e.

‘Betweenness’ : a way of being in the world

Jenny Connected

Escher’s lithograph is one that Iain McGilchrist often uses to discuss the paradox of linear analysis. As McGilchrist stresses ‘Both hemispheres clearly play crucial roles in the experience of each human individual, and … both have contributed importantly to our culture.

2018 148

Moving in a direction

Chris Corrigan

Its not the linear project managers that are the problem. Conditioned to planning and implementing in this linear fashion, many organizations get flummoxed when they confront a problem with no obvious solution and no clear pathway forward.

2018 80

Game Change: A Better World, WoW

21st Century Organization

Having surveyed numerous successful company change strategies, he concluded 8 stages, not necessarily linear, are required. 8. Nurturing and shaping a new culture to support the innovative ways.

Game 180

A Slow Community Movement?

Nancy White

As each school is its own community, this concept has a lot of merit and could allow that community to identify what are its goals and priorities. Ability to think globally, not just in a linear manner. Community is non-linear.

2008 164

Reflections from 2011 – Is Employee Engagement Still a Myth?

Elsua

Yet, we keep failing drastically, and rather miserably, in achieving that long term goal of keeping employees motivated and all of that due to a very simple reason that most organisations seem to keep ignoring or neglecting big time: we consistently don’t ask them what they really want!

Swarming to write narratives in hybrid ecosystem

Taming the spaces

Individuals with similar cultural background form communities that may have a similar perception of ontoplaces because they are involved in similar activities or share common meaning making principles. His goal is to blur the line between the real world and the story world (reference).

Swarm 130

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

2) What practices do you use to activate your communities and networks to achieve particular goals? Some people work towards sense making in a linear, step by step fashion.

Skills 199

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Skype, social networks and language learning

Ken Carroll

About Ken Carroll « Linear and non-linear learning Designing conversations » Skype, social networks and language learning There’s lots of start-ups in the language learning space, mostly variations on the social networking and Skype models.

Skype 187

Principles focused evaluation and racial equity

Chris Corrigan

In work that involves social change, poorly designed evaluation can narrow the work to a few isolated outcomes, and leave people with the impression that complex problems can only be addressed by linear and predictable planning practices.

2018 83

What do we mean by engagement online? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

So if your goal was to design a lesson for 10th graders on Beethoven, ask them to design the perfect lesson where students would learn nothing. What could faillsafe this goal?

A Slow Community Movement? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

As each school is its own community, this concept has a lot of merit and could allow that community to identify what are its goals and priorities. Ability to think globally, not just in a linear manner. Community is non-linear.

2008 157

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Stunted

Ken Carroll

About Ken Carroll « Re-thinking language instruction Linear and non-linear learning » Stunted In this New York Times article , David Brooks describes the relationship between China’s ruling elite and its school system. These practices, combined with its cultural values, shape the Chinese technocratic state. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

2007 98

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We did not include it in the Digital Habitats book because in the community we have seen more failures in the use of SharePoint than successes and our goal was to tell stories of usefulness, not frustration. This is a good tool if you want to have a linear written record (i.e.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We did not include it in the Digital Habitats book because in the community we have seen more failures in the use of SharePoint than successes and our goal was to tell stories of usefulness, not frustration. This is a good tool if you want to have a linear written record (i.e.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We did not include it in the Digital Habitats book because in the community we have seen more failures in the use of SharePoint than successes and our goal was to tell stories of usefulness, not frustration. This is a good tool if you want to have a linear written record (i.e.

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

2) What practices do you use to activate your communities and networks to achieve particular goals? Some people work towards sense making in a linear, step by step fashion.

Skills 148

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

2) What practices do you use to activate your communities and networks to achieve particular goals? Some people work towards sense making in a linear, step by step fashion.

Skills 148

Links of the Quarter: December 2016

How to Save the World

These goals are so obviously desirable that it is inconceivable that we should ever stop progressing towards them. Extinction Is the End Game: Xray Mike recaps the latest signs of the accelerating decline of civilization culture. Ironic search result from the non-duality.one website.

2016 66

F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

The “myth and metaphor” layer that reveals the deep ideas that an individual or culture holds that are giving birth to any singular worldview. This means promoting leadership that understands the necessity of viewing the future through the lens of alternatives rather than linear outcomes.

2012 75

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Re-thinking language instruction

Ken Carroll

I can just hear my students saying “my battery’s low,&# or “the wireless network’s down,&# or some other lame excuse that has nothing to do with what my goal is and always will be: trying to motivate the students to practice speaking the target language. but giving an analytical view of grammar was probably most important) When you learned Irish, the motives were (I imagine) different — to “save&# the language, preserve the national culture, etc.

Through the Dark Mountain: A Harvest of Myths

How to Save the World

Happiness as Purpose: that a happy life is a good life, and that achieving it is a worthy goal in life. And that all humans are damaged by our culture and spend their whole lives trying to heal. Linearity: that history moves forward through time in some coherent and inevitable way.

2014 100

Intervening in a complex system: 5 Ps

Chris Corrigan

Everything from awareness raising “cultural competency training” to zero tolerance accountability measures have limited effect because a) discriminatory behaviour is highly context and situation dependant and b) the public service has a permeable boundary to the outside world, meaning ideas, behaviours and people move between the two contexts all the time. The goal is to develop something that is working. These practices are nested, not linear.

2016 41

Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Updating my basic article on online facilitation

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The core of facilitation is to serve the group and assist it in reaching its goals or purpose. The distance to the hard cold ground varies with the community or group goals. The purpose is often driven by the site owners goals. For groups with their own goals who choose to interact online the facilitator may be the convenor, team leader, outside facilitator, instructor/teacher, or simply an interested member. Their purpose is focused on the groups needs and goals.

2007 28

Non-Duality Dude: A One-Act Play

How to Save the World

There was nothing to do but return to meditating dualistically on contents of consciousness, with self-transcendence as a distant goal. The apparent character or body continues to behave seemingly exactly as it did before, based on its embodied and cultural conditioning.

2018 57

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Designing conversations

Ken Carroll

occured to me that condensed discourse is also a feature of Chinesepod which, to pick up on an earlier thread, calls into question what non-linearity actually means if the discourse is scripted ahead of time and follows set “house&# rules which you have put into place over time. I wanted to add that part of what’s going on “under the surface&# is culturally based too. The cultural behavior seemed to move the whole thing along. (I

CleverWorkarounds » The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix!

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Task based collaboration is typically characterised by short(ish)-term groups, comprised of people with a shared goal or common outcome (i.e. Or at least which things might resonate better with the identified end goal. Non Linear Process. organisational culture.

2012 49

Community as Curriculum – vol 2. The Guild/Distributed Continuum

Delicious/choconancy/community

The scene paints a world where access to knowledge is privileged, access to mentors and inside information key, and getting in on the inside of the next big thing a one-time stroke of luck on which an entire successful—and linear—future could be built. This idea of learning as something that can be bought, acquired, and then completed is deeply ingrained in popular culture. They are about responsibility rather than goals described by others. “Community as Curriculum“, in: D.

CoPs and retrospective coherence

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Those conditions tend to be cultural as well as resource-oriented, e.g., employee interest in knowledge sharing (vs. Let’s say that management needs to cut the costs to create products and services, and employees support that goal.

CoP 36

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

OK, we went from telegraph to radio to phone to TV to cell phone to computer to smartphone within about a hundred years, but that feels like it happened at a pretty natural pace, because we’ve lived in it as it happened, and we experience time on a linear scale. Reply March 16, 2010 Stowe Boyd permalink We are building the web to happen to ourselves; to realize a new sort of sociality, and to engender a web culture that will arise from it.

2010 44

An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

On her radar screen: the creativity of bipolar children , Democrats call for an "Innovation Agenda" , grocery store innovations , creating a culture of business experimentation , and more. Remember what your goals really are Adoption isn’t a goal in and of itself.

2008 39

Global Neighbourhoods: OnLine Tribalism & the Future of Social Media

John Tropea - Delicious Community

We self-organized to achieve a common goal. The refinements continued in a near-linear direction over millennia. Difficult organizations and different cultures use different leadership models (autocratic to democratic; centralized to decentralized; individual vs. group).

2008 28

At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The Real Lesson of Toyota: Cultural Insensitivity? Not Blame is Captivity, Responsibility is Freedom Trust and Martin Luther King Day The Vocabulary of Trust on Twitter Making a Referral By Transferring Trust Wall Street, We Have a (Simple) Problem January Carnival of Trust is Up Grounded Corporate Culture vs. Up In The Air Management And You Thought The Purpose of a Bank Was to Make Loans?

2010 30

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

The David Suzuki Foundationhas written the blueprint: Generategenuine wealth: Expand the narrow goal of economic growth to the triple-net objectiveof genuine wealth and well-being (ecology, economy, and equity). Reducewaste and pollution: Move from a linear "throw-away"economy to a cyclical "cradle-to-cradle" economy. Other Technologies Understanding Our Culture and Ourselves · Writing Better. Our Culture.

2007 35

Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks : a conceptual framework

John Tropea - Delicious Community

This publication is made possible with the financial support of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture. This includes reframing strategies, goals, as well as values. First, learning is not a linear process with distinct phases. Promoting and assessing. value creation in. communities and networks: a conceptual framework. Rapport 18 Etienne Wenger Beverly Trayner Maarten de Laat Ruud de Moor Centrum Open Universiteit rdmc.ou.nl

Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Cultural Cognition and Public P. Cultural Cognition - the Wildav. Cultural Cognition - fixing the. Social networking and person-centric 3 Social Capital, by Marja Kemppainen et al, [link] 4 The Social Origins of Good Ideas, by Ronald Burt [link] 5 Online Communities and the Future of Culture, by Sébastien Paquet CommunityIntelligence Ltd Co. Log in Other login options: Facebook Connect New to Scribd? Sign Up for a free account today Why Sign up?

Full Circle Associates " Notes from the Seattle Online Community Meetup

John Tropea - Delicious Community

It is their code, their culture. Conversation People Storytelling Goals Brian thinks there are some core things that transcend. I’m using PowerPoint and anyone who knows me this is antithetical forced linearity.

Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

there are interesting opportunities arising b/c of the rate of diffusion of info now… for instance, pre-gutenberg, it took many years for culture change, because it took a certain amount of time for memes to spread… then print sped up the process, getting ideas out faster……now we have lightening speed via internet. culture can (potentially) change very quickly, if you get an idea to enough minds who choose to accept it.