Social Media Exercise: Hoyts Cinema

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

An exercise for social media students and practitioners – what do you do when someone goes on a Twant (Twitter rant)? you’ve nailed everything their annoying system has wrong with it in a very public way #muchrespect.

Working with principles: some thoughts and an exercise

Chris Corrigan

Here are some reflections and an exercise. To make change in a complex system therefore, we are looking to shift interactions between people and parts of a system to create a beneficial shift in the emergent patterns. ” This is not a diagnostic exercise.

2018 88

TEN Great Bioteams Exercises for High-Performing Teams

The Bumble Bee

Here are ten great bioteams exercises you can use to enhance the agility and autonomy of any team: The Bioteams Logo. TEN Great Bioteams Exercises.

2010 196

Understanding the Complicity That is You: An Existential Exercise

How to Save the World

I ‘m doing an offline writing exercise, self-invented, to try to get a better understanding of my sense of continued self-dissatisfaction. This is the real ‘trick’ in this exercise, and the hardest part of doing it. That’s the exercise.

2013 91

Help! Testing a network mapping exercise | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Testing a network mapping exercise Published by Nancy White at 2:31 pm under knowledge sharing , networks I often use a variety of paper networking mapping exercises in my face to face workshops.

2008 130

A Five-Minute Social Media Strategy Exercise

Charmed Particles

I had lunch with a prospective client last week; she has a company that offers a SaaS component that integrates two components in enterprise HR systems. I'm one of those people who believe that things are almost always simpler than we think. Too often we make things less clear as we try and describe things - we make them hard to understand with a fog of language that hides a lack of conceptual rigor and clarity.

2010 100

Systems Thinking and Complexity 101

How to Save the World

T here are four main purposes for learning about complexity and systems thinking: To appreciate how organic (complex) systems (bodies, organizations, cultures, ecosystems) really work. Why don’t the existing IT systems have a mechanism to capture knowledge?

2014 98

What defines a system? And what not?

Bas Rues

Well, after some posts about systems thinking and complex adaptive systems, the discussions where fruitful, but many of us are still disagree quite strongly about certain statements I or others have made in these posts and discussions. One of the disagreements is whether an organization is a system or not, or if you can look at an organization like it is a system. For me, it’s not 100% clear what a system is. When can’t we speak of a system?

Systems Thinking Is Awesome and a Trap Series: Quote #2Remember Your Failure In The Cave

Evolving Web

Luke Skywalker has just finished some fitness exercises with Yoda and they come across a cave. Systems Thinking is Awesome Here Because Most Often We Are Battling Ourselves When we use systems thinking, we are actively asking ourselves “Why is this working as it does?”

2011 191

The right tool for the job: my first 750words.com story

Making CommunitySense

But if, indeed, all you want to do is to exercise your writing muscle, then this amount of words seems quite doable! Filed under: socio-technical systems , tool systems , tools , writing. socio-technical systems tool systems tools writing

2016 193

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I figured it would be good to exercise my memory a bit and unearth some of the key stories that led me to to my social media use today, and perhaps surface some of my patterns. Blogging While Employed & Finding Value « Systems Savvy on 05 Aug 2009 at 7:19 am [.]

Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation: The Dutch – US Connection?

Making CommunitySense

As Huntsville has an incredible wealth of high-tech engineering knowledge seeking new applications, it would be a very worthwhile exercise to build and compare libraries of collaboration patterns in the Dutch Noord-Brabant and US Alabama cases. Filed under: collaboration patterns , conversations , creativity , design , social innovation , social media , socio-technical systems , topics , Uncategorized.

2013 157

Humans of New York: An Illustration of How IT is Affecting Leadership

Leading Virtually

There is no top-down system through which leadership is exercised. An emergent, self-organizing system, such as one envisioned by the US Intelligence Agencies , is needed.

2014 61

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Each entails power dynamics, and make no mistake: Decision-makingis all about the exercise of power. At the local level in anarchic societies, withno regulatory system to prevent it, bullying by psychopaths couldoccur, but in a world of abundance individuals were free to leave theinfluence of such bullies at will. In some areas,decision-making became centralized in monarchies and oligarchies,essentially fascist systems.

2009 41

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Thebook describes a number of exercises you can use to help hone in onthis sweet spot. Its an exercise in acquiringself-knowledge, designed by Otto Scharmers PresencingInstitute. The exercise entails answering the following 17 questions, a processthat Scharmer says should take you a couple of hours. The purpose of this exercise is not, as it might first appear, tocreate a roadmap of your future life and career.

2008 35

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

4:03:33 PM trackback [] comment [] Friday Flashback: Twelve Ways to Think Differently InMay 2005 I wrote this post that, after it was picked up months later onDigg and other popularity lists of web articles, turned out to be mymost-visited article ever: O ur minds are like our bodies --fail to exercise them and they atrophy and break down. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

2008 35

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Maybe its my resultant lack of exercise. Niceplan, even though it would require a collective will and coordinationthat our political/economic systems are incapable of. Electrify the transportation system (and stop investing inoil-powered transportation infrastructure) 3. De-carbonize and relocalize the food system 5. TheFuture of Food: A 2020scenario from a local food system researcher predicts starvation and riots.

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Networked City development

Social Reporter

The Mayor of London, and chief digital officer Theo Blackwell, launched the Smarter London Together roadmap after a listening exercise, with more emphasis on the “people first, technology second” philosophy urged earlier by organisations including Doteveryone. The Hub for London, set up by Greater London Volunteering and London Funders to create new support systems for civil society, has appointed Margaret Cooney as its first chief executive.

2018 159

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. Nonetheless, the educational system is stunted, and profoundly irrelevant to the needs of the vast majority of its students. But perhaps even wsorse is the fact that, most Chinese children have a nightmarish time in the system.

2007 98

Making KM Fun!

Chris Collison

For several years now I have worked with the United Nations System Staff College on a KM leadership programme. I have been looking back on the highlights of the past year, and previous years, and it’s got me reflecting on the power of making KM engaging, fun and tangible in some way.

2014 91

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

M y friend Patti Digh pointed me yesterday to an exercise proffered by Beth Patterson , to write an essay of no more than 750 words that answers the question: Where is home, to you? The Media · The Education System Imagining Other Possibilities: Creative Works · Memoirs & Dispatches · Short Stories · Poetry · Satire & Fables · Art & Photography. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

2008 35

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

September 4, 2007 The World Without Us A lan Weismans The World Without Us is a book-long exercise in "what if." The Media · The Education System Imagining Other Possibilities: Creative Works · Memoirs & Dispatches · Short Stories · Poetry · Satire & Fables · Art & Photography. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

2007 35

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

My newest short story is an exercise writing in anunfamiliar (female) voice, and using fictionas a medium to expose provocative ideas. The Media · The Education System Imagining Other Possibilities: Creative Works · Memoirs & Dispatches · Short Stories · Poetry · Satire & Fables · Art & Photography. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

2007 35

To Develop a Community, Think Network First

Online Community Strategy

Network, defined as “ a group or system of interconnected people or things” describes a set of connected entities but does not imply or assign activities, relationships or outcomes the way “community” seems to.

2016 70

Networked City development

Social Reporter

The Mayor of London, and chief digital officer Theo Blackwell, launched the Smarter London Together roadmap after a listening exercise, with more emphasis on the “people first, technology second” philosophy urged earlier by organisations including Doteveryone. The Hub for London, set up by Greater London Volunteering and London Funders to create new support systems for civil society, has appointed Margaret Cooney as its first chief executive.

2018 100

What is uniquely human?

Jenny Connected

So, George asked, why are we teaching in a counter-intuitive way when systems/machines can do it so much more efficiently and in 50 years time we will all be working with robots? In this first week of the E-Learning 3.0

2018 168

London as a #networkedcity gains support at first event. Now here’s the plan

Social Reporter

I wrote previously: The exploration we are launching tomorrow , with the London Council for Voluntary Action, aims to complement a much bigger exercise by London funders, LVSC and Greater London Volunteering. Fresh thinking is needed on the way that the whole system operates, from individual citizens working with others to improve neighbourhoods and support each other, to borough-level councils for voluntary service, and London-wide networks of interests and support.

2017 159

Looking back – KM highlights from 2014

Chris Collison

Here’s a shot of some of some participants conducting the Marshmallow Tower exercise to apply the fundamentals of KM.

2015 49

To Develop a Community, Think Network First

Online Community Strategy

Network, defined as “ a group or system of interconnected people or things” describes a set of connected entities but does not imply or assign activities, relationships or outcomes the way “community” seems to.

2016 46

How the way we talk can change the way we work. and think

The Bumble Bee

The authors contend that we are naturally immune to any form of change (with our systems quickly rejecting casual changes) and to make change in ourselves and others we must learn 7 new languages (ways) to talk about change. "If

2012 170

#NRC01PL Personal Learning Assistants

Jenny Connected

She was wonderful because in all that time no two sessions were ever exactly the same, she talked throughout the sessions making them seem like social events rather than gruelling exercise, she knew exactly what I needed to keep me fit and also what would motivate me.

2016 201

Security, identity, voice, opportunity and agency on the distributed web

Jenny Connected

Silvia and Jutta talked about how they are working to give vulnerable young people in Colombia, who have different and diverse learning needs from the norm, and are therefore marginalised by the education system, opportunities for finding their voice and identity, through shared storytelling.

2018 185

Innovation for Erratic Meatbags

Evolving Web

What is important was that a large group of computer programmers who had worked their entire careers on legacy systems suddenly found themselves in a situation where they had to invent new products and then discuss those products with potential users.

Unflattening: text, drawing and alternative perspectives

Jenny Connected

This week there has been a flurry of activity on the #gridsgestures hash tag on Twitter as many people have responded to Nick Sousanis ’ invitation to draw the shape of your day each day for a week, i.e. to take part in his Grids and Gestures- A Comics Making Exercise.

2016 151

Weekend Reading 25.11

Michael Sampson - Currents

Response to Drowning in Business and Life (Curtis McHale) … Three strategies when you feel like you are drowning in business and life: [1] get some support, [2] some exercise, and [3] just start again. There are lots of other people doing interesting work around the world.

2017 116

Knowledge Cafe Report: Reslience

Platform Neutral

Phillipa gave an excellent presentation on the subject, considering some different definitions, the context (from personal to eco-system), whether we can ‘build’ it, what the properties of a resilient system could be, and a few further thoughts.

London as a #networkedcity gains support at first event. Now here's the plan

Social Reporter

I wrote previously: The exploration we are launching tomorrow , with the London Council for Voluntary Action, aims to complement a much bigger exercise by London funders, LVSC and Greater London Volunteering. Fresh thinking is needed on the way that the whole system operates, from individual citizens working with others to improve neighbourhoods and support each other, to borough-level councils for voluntary service, and London-wide networks of interests and support.

2017 100

London as a #networkedcity gains support at first event. Now here’s the plan

Social Reporter

I wrote previously: The exploration we are launching tomorrow , with the London Council for Voluntary Action, aims to complement a much bigger exercise by London funders, LVSC and Greater London Volunteering. Fresh thinking is needed on the way that the whole system operates, from individual citizens working with others to improve neighbourhoods and support each other, to borough-level councils for voluntary service, and London-wide networks of interests and support.

2017 100

London as a #networkedcity gains support at first event. Now here's the plan

Social Reporter

I wrote previously: The exploration we are launching tomorrow , with the London Council for Voluntary Action, aims to complement a much bigger exercise by London funders, LVSC and Greater London Volunteering. Fresh thinking is needed on the way that the whole system operates, from individual citizens working with others to improve neighbourhoods and support each other, to borough-level councils for voluntary service, and London-wide networks of interests and support.

2017 100

The Police Officer, the Radar, and the Hornet

Michael Sampson - Currents

Just then a deafening roar over the Mesquite tree tops on Hwy 77 revealed that the radar had in fact, locked on to a USMC F/A-18 Hornet which was engaged in a low flying exercise near this, it's Naval Air home base location in Kingsville, TX. The pilot suggests you cover your mouths when swearing at them, since the video systems on these jets are very high tech. Two Texas Highway Patrol Officers were conducting speeding enforcement on Hwy 77, just south of Kingsville, TX.

2011 142

Back in business

GrowingPains

My main contract is as a project manager for the implementation of a student portal, the other one concerns assisting in the development of a blended learning videoconferencing system for law students doing their internships at different law firms in the Netherlands (see picture).

2008 130

Experiencing Cynefin physically in a group

Chris Corrigan

I’ve had a couple of requests to share the exercise that helps people understand Cynefin physically. I am continuing to develop this exercise but here’s how I do it now: 1. You can constrain the exercise further by instructing people to complete the task in 15 seconds.

2014 82

#openedMOOC begins October 1st

Jenny Connected

It would be difficult not to wish for a global democratic education system which offers free open access to all no matter what their circumstances – or is that an erroneous assumption? I have exercised my autonomy by deciding not to do that but to begin my thinking here on this blog.

2017 169