Tools for Dialogue and Deliberation on Wicked Problems
It seems to me that the time is ripe to mount an effort roughly the equivalent of the Apollo Mission, but not the way the Apollo Mission was handled. Consider this possibility:
In comparison to the hierarchical command/control model in play which arguably worked spectacularly well during the moon landings, it is now possible to think of a network topology which is not a rooted tree; rather, a graph of well-federated efforts to bring as many people on this planet (stakeholders) into…Continue
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Anthony Judge's latest http://www.laetusinpraesens.org/docs10s/hoarse.php seems like a launching pad for musing on the topic of sensemaking. I suspect that that article, together with links from it, serve as talking points for deep thinking about sensemaking.
Added by Jack Park on December 16, 2012 at 14:43 — No Comments
Chapter 1 introduces the research question: How does sense-making develop in the context of decision-making on complex issues in a public organisation? The purpose of the research is to gather insight and to identify improvements in the process of decision-making. This research is important because democracy depends on the trustworthy execution of decisions by the public organisation. The complexity of society and…Continue
We come together as a small group at a suitably designed workshop; and we plan and sensemake and create together.
More concretely: I propose to join us at the Third International Workshop on Knowledge Federation, September 30–October 3 in Dubrovnik, Croatia; possibly to co-create this event together.
We can offer:
Added by Dino Karabeg on June 18, 2012 at 15:47 — No Comments
My slides for a presentation are now up here.
The presentation is for the Big Data Science meetup, Saturday, 12 May, 2012.
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Debategraph is collaborating with the Planet Under Pressure 2012 conference team to weave together the arguments, evidence and policy options discussed at the conference into a coherent, dynamic knowledge map that can be shared with, and explored by, a global public audience in the build up to the UN…Continue
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Long time lurker, first time poster to this network. I wanted to let members know what after two long years, I am thrilled to announce that a book I wrote with Kailash Awati has now been released.
The full title is "The Heretic's Guide to Best Practices: The Reality of Managing…Continue
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In systemic innovation we take a step beyond offering or adding sensemaking tools to a conventional practice, such as journalism or science; we combine sensemaking and other IT tools and use them as Lego blocks to recreate the practice – by aligning it with the social purposes it needs to serve. Is systemic innovation the missing link that can help us realize the full potential of collective sensemaking?
Help us develop this promising innovation practice and…Continue
Added by Dino Karabeg on October 23, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments
The Climate CoLab, an online project by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Collective Intelligence (MIT CCI), offers the unique chance for people anywhere on the planet, of any background, education and profession, at all hours of every day of the year, to work together in addressing climate change.
How does the CoLab work?
The CoLab is structured around a series of activities that invite the public to develop proposals on what should be done about climate…Continue
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