Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #43

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Exploring a holistic approach to levelling up

Case studies of public-service community partnerships

public | service | transformation

systems | complexity | cybernetics

Luke Craven on Twitter
Today’s rant: If you think you can address “underlying root causes” please don’t call your problem complex.

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Benjamin P. Taylor on Twitter

Benjamin P. Taylor on Twitter
Well, *I* particularly liked him in Count Arthur Strong…

ethics in public service

Christopher Ingraham on Twitter
NYT: racial overtone CNN: racial undertone Politico: racially charged WaPo: racially tinged

Michael Jacobs on Twitter

Sarah O’Connor on Twitter
So the chief exec of P&O, has openly said he knowingly broke the law, and that he would do the same thing again if he could go back in time. Surely this is grounds to disqualify him as a company director under the “fit and proper person” test?

Michael “oplopanax” Coyle on Twitter
“living with cholera” meant changing the sewage system in every city in the world. If you think “living with COVID” means pretending it doesn’t exist, I’ve got some bad news.

Facts Central 🇺🇦 on Twitter
But then we would also protect ourselves from other airborne virus! I mean, if we go for this, what comes next? Pathogen-free water? Er… wait…

Dan Bloom on Twitter
BREAKING 1.3 million Brits will be pulled into *absolute* poverty including half a million children, devastating analysis finds today. Resolution Foundation said working age household will see real income fall 4% next year, a record loss of £1,100.

Kit Yates on Twitter
Closing our eyes to covid won’t make it go away: a Cases of covid-19 and hospital admissions have been rising in England. Still, many of the people I speak to are unaware that we are potentially entering yet another wave of this coronavirus pandemic.

Кира Ярмыш on Twitter
1/20 Tomorrow Alexei Navalny, the leader of the Russian opposition, will be sentenced. The prosecutor’s office asked for 13 years of imprisonment. Below is a thread about how Alexei’s trial went and what he is accused of. Please share.

Benjamin P. Taylor on Twitter

Ian Dunt on Twitter
This is one of the most obscene things I’ve seen a western leader say since the war began. And I really couldn’t give a goddamn what someone’s view on Brexit is. No-one with integrity would make this comparison.

Gabriel Pogrund on Twitter
New docs show Johnson opened doors of City Hall to Lebedev, who pitched festival with “substantial support” from Kremlin He said he’d be “thrilled” if Lebedev’s papers could cover him positively And he received £7k of flights, accommodation and private cars in three years

Sara Livadeas on Twitter
It’s not fair that people paying for their own care are subsidising council funded residents. Anyone who can add up knows £387 million is not enough to fix this. Why isn’t the government listening?

Benjamin P. Taylor on Twitter
Observe how reputation, credibilty and brand is built as corruption grows

more brain food

‎Food For Thought: How Food Changes Weight

antlerboy.eth on twitter
Why might a person want a .eth address? What does one do with one?

How the self became a problem

Sahil Bloom on Twitter
Traditional learning models are dead. Here’s a framework for a powerful way to learn:

Benjamin P. Taylor on Twitter
What’s a good organising list system (like 1,2,3 or a,b,c) that isn’t hierarchical?

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