Transduction — leading transformation — Issue #59

Systems thinking practitioner, level 7, from Cherith Simmons with SCiO (England and Wales Practitioner Levy funded)

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In England or Wales? There are still places left on the first cohort of the Level 7 Systems Thinking Practitioner Apprenticeship from Cherith Simmons, delivered in partnership with SCiO. It’s a postgrad equivalent course — with no degree required, 30 month day release and working on your real work challenges, funded by the Apprenticeship Levy in England … Continue reading Systems thinking practitioner, level 7, from Cherith Simmons with SCiO (England and Wales Practitioner Levy funded) →

Sustainably Run and proud, making a difference every day

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No, it’s not a £70bn contract for Net Zero — it’s a sole prime supplier call-off framework across public service. But that’s very interesting…

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There’s a degree of excitement being generated on Twitter by people who really should know better (see https://twitter.com/jolyonmaugham/status/1554160249766137858) along the lines of: “A small consulting firm in Cornwall, with assets of only £350k, which seems to specialise on education, has just been awarded a £70bn gov’t contract to deliver the entire UK public sector’s transition … Continue reading No, it’s not a £70bn contract for Net Zero — it’s a sole prime supplier call-off framework across public service. But that’s very interesting… →

Video: “An Overview of Systems Lineages and Implications for Research and Practice“, Deborah Hammond, ISSS meeting in Boulder, Colorado 2016 | Systems Community of Inquiry

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Linked from David Ing’s piece just shared, 2016 recording of a lecture by Debora Hammond on “An Overview of Systems Lineages and Implications for Research and Practice“, given a the ISSS meeting in Boulder, Colorado Systems Thinking in Practice — Debora Hammond PhD on Vimeo

A General Theory of Living Systems | James Grier Miller — Coevolving Innovations

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A General Theory of Living Systems | James Grier Miller August 2, 2022 daviding A General Theory of Living Systems | James Grier Miller — Coevolving Innovations

Hypotheses Concerning Living Systems | James Grier Miller — Coevolving Innovations (David Ing)

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Hypotheses Concerning Living Systems | James Grier Miller August 3, 2022 daviding Hypotheses Concerning Living Systems | James Grier Miller — Coevolving Innovations

Systems Thinking: A Foxy Approach — Venkatesh Rao (2013)

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Systems Thinking: A Foxy Approach Systems Thinking: A Foxy Approach

Cybernetic Leadership — Exploring skills for leading change in a disrupted, tech-enabled world (white paper)| ANU School of Cybernetics

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Cybernetic LeadershipExploring skills for leading change in a disrupted, tech-enabled world Cybernetic Leadership | ANU School of Cybernetics

BBC — Radio 4 — The Reith Lectures Transcripts 1948–1959–1950 — John Zachary Young: Doubt and Certainty in Science

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/features/the-reith-lectures/transcripts/1948/#y1950 Reith 1950 — John Zachary Young: Doubt and Certainty in Science 1. The Biologist’s Approach to Man 2. Brains as Machines 3. The Human Calculating Machine 4. The Establishment of Certainty 5. How We Learn to Communicate 6. The Changing Symbols of Science 7. The Mechanistics Interpretation of Nature 8. Made in What Image? […]

Controlling Complexity: From Nonlinear Systems To Complex Networks And Beyond. Ischia, Italy. September 9–10, 2022

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Originally posted on Complexity Digest: The International Workshop Controlling Complexity aims at bringing together researchers from the fields of nonlinear systems and control, optimization, and complex networks to celebrate the 70th birthday of Franco Garofalo who started the research group on nonlinear systems and complex networks at the University of Naples Federico II with a…

From Cybernetics to Second-Order Cybernetics: A Comparative Analysis of Their Central Ideas | Froese (2010)

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From Cybernetics to Second-Order Cybernetics: A Comparative Analysis of Their Central Ideas (99+) From Cybernetics to Second-Order Cybernetics: A Comparative Analysis of Their Central Ideas | Tom Froese — Academia.edu

Two-sided form, differentiation and second-order observation in Escher’s artworks and Calvino’s stories | Appignanesi (2018)

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Two-sided form, differentiation and second-order observation in Escher’s artworks and Calvino’s stories Article informationLaura Appignanesi (99+) Kybernetes Two-sided form, differentiation and second-order observation in Escher’s artworks and Calvino’s stories Article information | Laura Appignanesi — Academia.edu

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