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Transduction - leading transformation - Issue #43

Benjamin P Taylor
Benjamin P Taylor
Government-funded systems thinking practitioner learning - and… more :-)

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Taking systems thinking practice to a new level
Why I Am Against Capitalisation (Or, Actually, Capitals)
public | service | transformation
One Team Gov conference is BACK!
systems | complexity | cybernetics
The Only True Wisdom is Knowing that You Can’t Draw a Bicycle – SLIME MOLD TIME MOLD
Beyond the Bounds of your Organization: Systems Influencing & Why it Matters – Catalyst 2030 on YouTube
Copoiesis, autopoiesis, semipermeable membranes, white supremacy and
The Art of Living in Conversation | ZKM
Stewart Brand on Twitter: “Chris Alexander is gone. I owe him a great deal. Many do. For me it began with his NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM in 1964, soared with A PATTERN LANGUAGE in 1977, and culminated with all the help he gave to my HOW BUILDINGS LEARN (1987-1994).”
Drawing inspiration from the Nataraja for systems thinking | Chowdhury (2022)
Possibility space – by Gordon Brander – Subconscious
Defining the Ecosystem Domain: Ecosystems, Arenas and Jobs-to-be-done – Boundaryless
Annual Mike Jackson Lecture with Peter Senge – 5 April 2022, 6pm BST, in person and virtual
No Nonsense Agile Podcast #030 – Alidad Hamidi – systems thinking
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A Whale of a Tale about a Science Breakthrough Ignored for Decades - Atlas Obscura
The Arrogance of Humanism (1978/1981) David W. Ehrenfeld | In brief. David Ing.
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