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Transduction - leading transformation - Issue #19

Benjamin P Taylor
Benjamin P Taylor
This newsletter was completed before the tragic death of Sir David Amess. Shocking, horrific, and yet wonderful to read the tributes to his decency from all sides of the political spectrum; yet another sad loss and another call for us to be better, kinder people.
I say ‘completed’ but, having realised Revue (despite being owned by twitter) doesn’t pull in all my feeds, I had begin going through them and chucking in the ‘most relevant’. I think I only went back about three days and there are far more than anyone is likely to ever read!
One thing I notice is that the ‘ethics’ section just grows and grows. Is that a ‘passion’ like systems ¦ cybernetics ¦ complexity - or is it just the righteous indignation that social media loves to throw at us, that is contribution to divisiveness and loss? I will have to think about that one. And find a way to make this much, much shorter.

Top phive of the week
Scenario planning for the #daysafter
A whodunnit involving football pitches, desire lines, and a broken arm
How do you show respect and collect learning when involved in organisational change?
John Hovell
public | service | transformation
Is policy important? Twitter thread
In local government world, it’s easy for reforms to make things worse - Institute For Fiscal Studies - IFS
Human Learning Systems: The Role of National Government in Systems Innovation
Gill Morgan
The NHS needs more leaders who ‘think in systems’ | Comment | Health Service Journal
Ethics in public service
The Columnist on Twitter
erin griffith on Twitter: "Reading about white collar crime in the new yorker and this detail is just perfect https://t.co/Ou7ZV9Gbgg… "
Ben Zaranko
Cab Davidson
Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP
systems | complexity | cybernetics
Harish Jose
How does a systems convening perspective inform your work? | Knowledge Cafe ¦ Wednesday October 20, 2021 4:30pm BST
Demanding Change: Is there an epistemology of systems? – Richard Veryard
More Notes on Constraints in Cybernetics
Interlude
Prefab Sprout - When Love Breaks Down (Wogan 1985)
The Beatles: Get Back | Official Trailer | Disney+
antlerboy
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - How Peter Jones became the Book - BBC Sounds
Bill Bailey and Billy Bragg sing 'Unisex Chipshop'
DW News
antlerboy
More brain food
Brian Roemmele
Peter Jones
Tweetage
Tom Forth
Health Nerd
Pedro Domingos
David Webb
Organisational development and transformation
Trends in Facilitation
The Integrator Burden - by John Cutler - The Beautiful Mess
antlerboy
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