Transduction - leading transformation - Issue #58

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Benjamin P Taylor
Benjamin P Taylor
Oh dear, another fortnightly episode - am I getting lazy? We shall see….
Book now for me at the wonderful Australasian Change Days 2022 - on ‘what are the costs of separating 'change management’ from delivery of change?
A lighter piece from me: are you a cat person or a dog person?
Join me in the friendly swamp of Rick Torseth’s 10,000 Swamp Leaders podcast - about Systems Leadership Theory, Barry Oshry, and public service transformation
Power, control, communities and health inequalities, and more on systems thinking and public health, from Michele Battle-Fisher
Lots and lots of rich content from David Ing four years into the ten year Systems Changes project - including with Zaid Khan on humbling design and with the wonderful David Hawk on Humanism, the Anthropocene, and Enemies of the Systems Approach
What an Essentially Contest Concept is (or isn’t)
SFI Community LEcture on Alexander von Humboldt (yeah!) by Andrew Wulf
How Capitalism Works via Social Reproduction - Nancy Fraser on The Dig
When Einstein met Tagore in Maria Popova’s The Marginalian
A truly brilliant episode of the COMPLEXITY podcast - Michael Garfield interviews Aviv Bergman on The Evolution of Robustness and much more
Richard Veryward on Boundary Objects
Stafford Beer on Cybernetics and Scott Davies is going to do cybernetics at the Interinellect Salon…
What young people think about youth justice with Russell Webster
Some radicalism from indi.ca
And amazing tunes from:
  • 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
All the birds, related
IR35 <sigh>
Francis Maud hmmm
The maximum group size for productive conversation is four (yes it is, yes it is)
and, indeed, if you will, more.

What are the costs of separating ‘change management’ from delivery of change?
Are you a cat person or a dog person?
Rick Torseth’s 10000 Swamp Leaders podcast with Benjamin P. Taylor
Francis Maude launches civil service governance review
Structural problems remain with IR35, says Public Accounts Committee
Government 4-year deliberation on employment status yields nothing
Baby names: why we all choose the same ones
Motorcycle   Tico & the Triumphs  1961 Amy    45 835
“Positive Vibes Only” is the Maddening Mantra of the Self-Centered
Lo Moon - Bonny (Prefab Sprout Cover)
Schroedinger’s streaming service just died | by Cory Doctorow | Jun, 2022 | Medium
What young people think about youth justice - Russell Webster
Committee of ‘mostly ageing men’ bans babies from Commons | openDemocracy
Self-Assembling Wires – Stanford Complexity Group
On Cybernetics / Stafford Beer – YouTube
Introduction to Cybernetics – Interintellect with Scott Davies, Saturday August 13 10:30am ACST
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Benjamin P Taylor
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