Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #58

  • Ravi Shankar’s wonderful Morning Raga (seriously, do yourself a favour!)
  • Lo Moon’s tingly cover of Prefab Sprout’s Bonny
  • Motorcycle by Tico & the Triumphs

The Abundance of Systems, 10,000 Swamp Leaders talks to Benjamin Taylor.

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When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making Via Systems Changes Learning | David Ing, and Systems Leadership, Change, Theory and Practice | Benjamin P Taylor — at SCiO

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When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making Via Systems Changes LearningDavid Ing12 July 2022 When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making Via Systems Changes Learning | SCiO Systems Leadership, Change, Theory and PracticeBenjamin Taylor11 July 2022 Systems Leadership, Change, Theory and Practice | SCiO

Odds are still stacked against social enterprises delivering public services. The Social Enterprise Magazine and E3M.

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The maximum group size for productive conversation is four

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This research-based discovery has profound implications for those who design and facilitate meetings, workshops, unconferences and large-scale gatherings

HOW HYBRID WORKING FROM HOME WORKS OUT

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Humans tamed the microbes behind cheese, soy, and more | Science | AAAS

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The genomes of bacteria and fungi used in food production bear the signs of domestication also seen in crops and livestock

Humanism, the Anthropocene, and Enemies of the Systems Approach | David Ing + David L. Hawk | ST-ON 2022–04–11 — Coevolving Innovations

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Humanism, the Anthropocene, and Enemies of the Systems Approach | David Ing + David L. Hawk | ST-ON 2022–04–11 July 23, 2022 Humanism, the Anthropocene, and Enemies of the Systems Approach | David Ing + David L. Hawk | ST-ON 2022–04–11 — Coevolving Innovations

Essentially contested concept — Wikipedia

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Essentially contested concept Essentially contested concept — Wikipedia [This was an important ‘threshold concept’ to me (see https://stream.syscoi.com/2019/12/03/the-threshold-concept-an-introduction-and-overview-to-the-concept/ and https://www.linkedin.com/posts/antlerboy_thinking-change-transformation-activity-6788358013733371904-tza5/) and is a very important idea for systems | complexity | cybernetics as a science, theory, and practice (or sets of same)] Essentially contested concept From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search […]

SFI Community Lecture: The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World — Andrea Wulf, 2 August 2022, 7:30pm Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA — in person, live stream but no recording

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SFI Community Lecture The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World Andrea Wulf Santa Fe Institute Miller Scholar Tuesday, August 2, 2022 Book Signing: 6:30 pm Lecture: 7:30 pm The Lensic Performing Arts Center211 W. San Francisco StreetSanta Fe, New Mexico link Also streaming live — but, sadly, ‘on request of the speaker’ the recording will not […]

When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making via Systems Changes Learning | SCiO 2022–07–11 — Coevolving Innovations

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When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making via Systems Changes Learning | SCiO 2022–07–11 When Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze Isn’t Working: Doing, Thinking and Making via Systems Changes Learning | SCiO 2022–07–11 — Coevolving Innovations

Appreciating Systems Changes via Multiparadigm Inquiry: Architectural Design, Ecological Anthropology, Classical Chinese Medicine, Systems Rhythms | ISSS plenary 2022–07–08 — Coevolving Innovations — David Ing

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Appreciating Systems Changes via Multiparadigm Inquiry: Architectural Design, Ecological Anthropology, Classical Chinese Medicine, Systems Rhythms | ISSS plenary 2022–07–08 Appreciating Systems Changes via Multiparadigm Inquiry: Architectural Design, Ecological Anthropology, Classical Chinese Medicine, Systems Rhythms | ISSS plenary 2022–07–08 — Coevolving Innovations

How Capitalism Works w/ Nancy Fraser · The Dig (podcast)

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How Capitalism Works w/ Nancy Fraser · The Dig A strong, interesting, and deeply systemic analysis. How Capitalism Works w/ Nancy Fraser17 Jul 2022Featuring Nancy Fraser on why a total analysis of capitalism requires taking Marxism beyond a narrowly economistic view: what everyday labor exploitation requires from politics, care work, war-making, borders, appropriation of nature, […]

When Einstein Met Tagore: A Remarkable Meeting of Minds on the Edge of Science and Spirituality — The Marginalian — Maria Popova

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When Einstein Met Tagore: A Remarkable Meeting of Minds on the Edge of Science and SpiritualityCollision and convergence in Truth and Beauty.BY MARIA POPOVA When Einstein Met Tagore: A Remarkable Meeting of Minds on the Edge of Science and Spirituality — The Marginalian

Aviv Bergman on The Evolution of Robustness and Integrating The Disciplines | COMPLEXITY podcast from the Santa Fe Institute, hosted by Michael Garfield

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Aviv Bergman on The Evolution of Robustness and Integrating The Disciplines | COMPLEXITY All in all, one of the richest single episodes of a podcast I’ve ever heard — coherent and fascinating in itself, whole careers and PhDs could develop from many aspects of the conversation… Aviv Bergman on The Evolution of Robustness and Integrating […]

Waddington’s canalization revisited: Developmental stability and evolution | Siegal and Bergman (2002)

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Waddington’s canalization revisited: Developmental stability and evolutionMark L. Siegal and Aviv BergmanAuthors Info & AffiliationsJune 24, 200299 (16) 10528–10532https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.102303999 Waddington’s canalization revisited: Developmental stability and evolution | PNAS Canalisation (genetics) on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canalisation_(genetics)

Intention or Attention? Humbling Design through Systems Changes Learning | Zaid Khan | ST-ON 2022–05–09 — Coevolving Innovations

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Intention or Attention? Humbling Design through Systems Changes Learning | Zaid Khan | ST-ON 2022–05–09 July 24, 2022 Intention or Attention? Humbling Design through Systems Changes Learning | Zaid Khan | ST-ON 2022–05–09 — Coevolving Innovations

Redefining Leadership in the 21st Century: the view from Cybernetics Tickets, Wed 03/08/2022 at 4:00 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, ANU School of Cybernetics (in person or online)

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AUG.03Redefining Leadership in the 21st Century: the view from Cyberneticsby ANU Engineering & Computer ScienceFollow286 followersFreeActions and Detail PanelLike EventRegisterDate and timeWed., 3 August 20224:00 pm — 5:30 pm AESTLocationInnovation Space, Level 2 Birch Building #35, The Australian National University35 Science RoadActon, ACT 2601Australia Redefining Leadership in the 21st Century: the view from Cybernetics Tickets, […]

The Architecture of Complexity — Simon (1962)

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The Architecture of ComplexityHerbert A. SimonProceedings of the American Philosophical SocietyVol. 106, №6 (Dec. 12, 1962), pp. 467–482 (16 pages)Published By: American Philosophical Society The Architecture of Complexity on JSTOR pdf:

A Maturing of Systems Thinking? Evidence from Three Perspectives — Barton, Emery, Flood, and Selsky 2004

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A Maturing of Systems Thinking? Evidence from Three PerspectivesFebruary 2004 Systemic Practice and Action Research 17(1):3–36DOI:10.1023/B:SPAA.0000013419.99623.f0Project: The relationship between systemic thinking and action researchAuthors:John BartonRMIT University Melbourne AustraliaMerrelyn EmeryConcordia University MontrealRobert FloodNorwegian University of Science and TechnologyJohn W. SelskyInstitute for Washington’s Future (PDF) A Maturing of Systems Thinking? Evidence from Three Perspectives Both quaintly anachronistic […]

Power, control, communities and health inequalities I: theories, concepts and analytical frameworks | Popay et al

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Power, control, communities and health inequalities I: theories, concepts and analytical frameworks Jennie Popay, Margaret Whitehead, Ruth Ponsford, Matt Egan, Rebecca MeadHealth Promotion International, Volume 36, Issue 5, October 2021, Pages 1253–1263, https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daaa133Published: 31 December 2020 Power, control, communities and health inequalities I: theories, concepts and analytical frameworks | Health Promotion International | Oxford Academic

Architecture, Data and Intelligence: Boundary Objects and Artful Integration — Richard Veryard

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Wednesday, July 20, 2022 Boundary Objects and Artful Integration I once did some data architecture and modelling for NHS Blood and Transplant. This is a UK-wide agency responsible for blood, organs and other body parts, managing transfers from donors to recipients.One of the interesting challenges for this kind of organization is the need for collaboration […]

The Theory of Functional Systems General Principles | Sudakov (1997)

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Sudakov 1997 The Theory of Functional Systems General Principles Sudakov 1997 The Theory of Functional Systems General Principles | PDF | Classical Conditioning | Homeostasis

Biological Robots: Perspectives on an Emerging Interdisciplinary Field

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Originally posted on Complexity Digest: Biological Robots: Perspectives on an Emerging Interdisciplinary FieldD. Blackiston, S. Kriegman, J. Bongard, M. LevinAdvances in science and engineering often reveal the limitations of classical approaches initially used to understand, predict, and control phenomena. With progress, conceptual categories must often be re-evaluated to better track recently discovered invariants across disciplines.…

Application of Systems Thinking to Health Policy & Public Health Ethics | Battle-Fisher

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Application of Systems Thinking to Health Policy & Public Health Ethics Application of Systems Thinking to Health Policy & Public Health Ethics | SpringerLink Application of Systems Thinking to Health Policy & Public Health Ethics Public Health and Private Illness Authors: Michele Battle-Fisher Explores health policy through the lens of public health vs. private health […]

Conway’s Game of Life: Mathematics and Construction

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Originally posted on Complexity Digest: Nathaniel Johnston and Dave Greene This book provides an introduction to Conway’s Game of Life, theinteresting mathematics behind it, and the methods used to constructmany of its most interesting patterns. Lots of small “buildingblock”-style patterns (especially in the first four or so chapters ofthis book) were found via brute-force or…

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