Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #28

top phive of the week

My top LinkedIn posts (you won’t BELIEVE number 77!) ;-) — the once-chosen path

systems | complexity | cybernetics

Why fruit rots: theoretical support for Janzen’s theory of microbe–macrobe competition | Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

ISSS conference 2021 videos online | Systems Community of Inquiry

The Sciences of Complexity and “Origins of Order” | Kauffman (1990) | Systems Community of Inquiry

The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity | Birhane (2021) | Systems Community of Inquiry

Systems Convening (Wenger — Trayner) — Systems Changes — Open Learning Commons ¦ David Ing | Systems Community of Inquiry

After “Jane-Jacobs-Thought”| Doug Saunders | 2021 — Systems Changes — Open Learning Commons | Systems Community of Inquiry

Complexity Management Theory: Motivation for Ideological Rigidity and Social Conflict — Peterson and Flanders (2002) | Systems Community of Inquiry

Finally — I’m seen! | Wenger-Trayner | Systems Community of Inquiry

public | service | transformation

Long live commissioning — PSTA

Long live commissioning! But what shall we call it? — the once-chosen path

@ServiceReform: Video: ‘The Adaptive Council’ — the PSTA at Essex LearnFest here:>> What capability do #publicservices most need in 2022 and beyond? <<

organisational development / transformation

Why we need #metaconsulting — the once-chosen path

The Peter Block Community Exercise

ethics in public service

Travel: ‘Profiteering’ PCR test firms removed from Government website are ‘reappearing under new names’

Traumatic Brain Injury and the criminal justice system — Russell Webster

Tories fined £17,800 for breaching electoral law over Downing Street flat refurbishment — Mirror Online

Capita undercuts British Council to run Turing student exchange scheme | Students | The Guardian

environmental and social justice

S. Janoff Chapter: Striving for Wholeness | Future Search

more brain food

Seeing Like a Finite State Machine — Crooked Timber

What does ‘the power to transcend paradigms’ mean? | by Benjamin P. Taylor | Medium

United on Sunday: The effects of secular rituals on social bonding and affect

2021/08/09 Normal Accidents, High Reliability, Wicked Messes | Coevolving Innovations | Systems Community of Inquiry

Speaking gigs — what do you think? — the once-chosen path

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