Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #4

  • the weird experience of a face-to-face meeting for the first time in… 16 months??
  • the fulfilling experience of seeing graduates from a Commissioning Academy present amazing hundred-days plans and show real progress, their powerful critical thinking, and determination
  • thoughtful client feedback from a three-year capability support piece which has generated some rich thinking — look for that soon
  • Chairing day two of the Public Sector Show with some really inspiring, connected, complexity-aware, loving, productive conversations! (You can still register and see all the sessions until 30 August at https://publicsectorshow.co.uk/)
  • A trip to Manchester to help out my old dad, which has been rewarding, tiring, and emotional

‘Top’ five of the week

I’m speaking at Australasian Change Days 2021 “Honest, Guvnor’ — how to use manipulation, compliance, and lies to drive change”

stream.syscoi.com

Which systems theorist had the most impact on their own organisation?

www.linkedin.com

What are examples of the large scale impacts of systems thinking?

racket.com

public|service|transformation

Stephen Burrell

twitter.com

systems|complexity|cybernetics

SCiO — SC101. Viable System Model

stream.syscoi.com

Sense of Coherence — an overview

stream.syscoi.com

Kevin Kelly Blog: Out of Control, The Illustrated Edition — free pdf

stream.syscoi.com

On conscious purpose

Effects of Conscious Purpose on Human Adaptation (1968) — Gregory Bateson

stream.syscoi.com

HOW TO USE CONSCIOUS PURPOSE WITHOUT WRECKING EVERYTHING — John Gall

stream.syscoi.com

Ethics in public service

Gabriel Pogrund

twitter.com

Institue for Government — Matt Hancock’s resignation is also Boris Johnson’s failure

www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk

Environmental justice

Social justice

The highs and lows of dispATches;​ eight years — and counting — of chronicling developments in the assistive technology sector

www.linkedin.com

Cops Using Music to Try to Stop Being Filmed Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg | Electronic Frontier Foundation

www.eff.org
Someone tries to livestream their encounters with the police, only to find that the police started playing music. In the case of a February 5 meeting between an activist and the Beverly Hills Police Department, the song of choice was Sublime’s “Santeria.” The police may not got no crystal ball, but…

This Haunting Animation Maps the Journeys of 15,790 Slave Ships in Two Minutes

www.slate.com
Usually, when we say “American slavery” or the “American slave trade,” we mean the American colonies or, later, the United States. But as we discussed …

Interlude

The power of names, part two — @antlerboy

chosen-path.org
What name would you choose, if you had to rename yourself? And why am I antlerboy? People might know @antlerboy is my consistent user name on social media — Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and everything else. It’s a little bit embarrassing. My former business partner, not too much given to wasteful professional niceties, asked me if … Continue reading The power of names, part two — @antlerboy →

History

--

--

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store