Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #18

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Exploring practical systems change: why are we not learning all the lessons we could about fire safety? Join us for a free, open session to explore!

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Teacher Tom: To Live In A World Of People Who Think For Themselves

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friday, october 08, 2021 To Live In A World Of People Who Think For Themselves Teacher Tom: To Live In A World Of People Who Think For Themselves

systems | complexity | cybernetics

Selling Systems Thinking — by Gene Bellinger — SystemsWiki’s Musings

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source: Selling Systems Thinking — by Gene Bellinger — SystemsWiki’s Musings Selling Systems Thinking You want me to buy what? Gene Bellinger26 min ago A few years ago, one day when I was feeling more presumptuous than usual, I began the development of a “Systems Thinker Certification” course on Udemy. In case you’re unfamiliar with Udemy, […]

the Tektological҉’s Newsletter — e.g. Common Cybernetic Resources (C\cyb) — by Tektological҉ — Serendipity

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A new newsletter (via substack, but currently free) on cybernetics. Main link: https://tektology.substack.com/ I’d particularly draw your attention to: Common Cybernetic Resources (C\cyb) A web of links and resources. Tektological҉ — Serendipity Jul 22 5 12 Common Cybernetic Resources (C\cyb) — by Tektological҉ — Serendipity — Tektological҉’s Newsletter

Systems Thinking: trial and learning — Gene Bellinger as part of the Open University Systems Thinking in Practice Jubilee — Tue 12 Oct 2021 at 12:00 UK Time

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Gene Bellinger will present a webinar titled Systems Thinking: Trial and Learning Systems Thinking: trial and learning Tickets, Tue 12 Oct 2021 at 12:00 | Eventbrite “Systems Thinking: Trial & Learning” a presentation by Gene Bellinger on October 12, 2021 12:00 GMT as part of the Open University Systems Thinking in Practice Jubilee

Kumu’s suite of network mapping/weaving tools — and how they may help your network of improvers (Zoom) | Q Community — 6 October 4pm UK time

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Kumu’s suite of network mapping/weaving tools — and how they may help your network of improvers (Zoom) Cofounder and CEO of Kumu Jeff Mohr will share their suite of network mapping/weaving tools — showing how each might help your network and how to determine which is right for you (including a real-world example of an […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Tracking the Humanizing Effect of John Dewey’s Pragmatism on Norbert Wiener — Moorhead (2015)

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Down the Rabbit Hole: Tracking the Humanizing Effect of John Dewey?s Pragmatism on Norbert Wiener September 2015IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 34(3):64–71 DOI: 10.1109/MTS.2015.2461231 Laura Moorhead (11) (PDF) Down the Rabbit Hole: Tracking the Humanizing Effect of John Dewey?s Pragmatism on Norbert Wiener

public | service | transformation

How could social provision achieve more? Report from Triangle

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How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? And webinar 14 October 2021, 5pm AEDT

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How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? 15 OCT 2019 Karen Gardner, Sue Olney, Luke Craven, Deborah Blackman PUBLISHER Public Service Research Group (UNSW Canberra) How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? Not sure how I missed this: How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? 15 OCT 2019Karen Gardner, Sue […]

Co-operative Councils Innovation Network — Case Studies Pack 2021

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Organisational development / transformation

Ethics in public service

The 81 women killed in 28 weeks | Femicide | The Guardian

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Since Sarah Everard’s brutal murder, only one thing has changed — the death toll

Steve Analyst on Twitter

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If by ‘drunk’ they mean ‘struggling to survive’ and ‘thanks for all the extra work to keep the economy going during the pandemic, we really appreciate the effort’.

Fear on the ward: UK mothers threatened with social services for refusing maternity care | Childbirth | The Guardian

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Women who refuse advice from health service staff say they are being coerced with threats of referrals to agencies and police

Mike Bird on Twitter

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Every time I hear people discussing out loud how the government will manage some specious economic policy goal I remember George Osborne’s £1 trillion UK exports by 2020 goal, which everyone wrote up and then never mentioned ever again (actual UK exports were £571.7bn last year)

Investigation: Lessons from implementing IR35 reforms — National Audit Office (NAO)

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Off-payroll working tax rules can apply if a worker (sometimes known as a contractor) provides their services to the client through their own limited company or another type of intermediary. The rules aim to make sure that workers who would have been an employee if they were providing their services directly to the client pay […]

Environmental and social justice

Historical climate emissions reveal responsibility of big polluting nations | Greenhouse gas emissions | The Guardian

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Six of top 10, including China and Russia, yet to show ambition on emissions cuts before Cop26

More brain food

Neuropragmatism: A Neurophilosophical Manifesto — Solymosi and Shook (2013)

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Neuropragmatism: A Neurophilosophical Manifesto Tibor Solymosi and John Shook https://doi.org/10.4000/ejpap.671 Abstract Over the past three decades, cognitive science has been making a turn towards pragmatism. Here we outline steps towards completing this turn. As a handful of cognitive scientists and philosophers have been arguing more recently, the insights of William James, John Dewey, and George […]

Situation and inquiry in Dewey

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In a meeting this year, Angus Doulton remarked ‘the concept of situation is a deepy cybernetic one’. This resonated so strongly with my thinking and provided such a powerful set of concepts that I am currently trying to include it properly in my writing, and having a kind of crisis of discovery at how much […]

Lifeworld Analysis — Agre and Horswill (1997?)

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Lifeworld Analysis Philip Agre pagre@ucsd.edu Department of Communication 0503 University of California, San Diego La Jolla, CA 92093, USA and Ian Horswill ian@ils.nwu.edu Northwestern University Computer Science Department 1890 Maple Avenue Evanston, IL 60201, USA Lifeworld Analysis

Mind, Self and Society — GH Mead (1934)

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Mind, Self and Society — wikipedia Mind, Self, and Society is a book based on the teaching of American sociologist George Herbert Mead‘s, published posthumously in 1934 by his students. It is credited as the basis for the theory of symbolic interactionism. Charles W. Morris edition of Mind, Self, and Society initiated controversies about authorship because the book was based […]

Interlude

Twitterature

Slow but steady has seen the EU win out in the vaccine race | Coronavirus | The Guardian

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Ursula von der Leyen says the union’s vaccination programme is now a success after its stumbling start

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