It’s been my practice for some years to use St David’s Day as a chance to update the latest version of Cynefin. Last year was no exception but in the second of two posts I indicated that 2023 would see this extend to other frameworks within the Cynefin ecosystem. The reason was that with the […]
Its been just over a week since I wrote my post on meta-muggleism, the title implying there is a lot less magic to Metamodernism than some of those appropriating the concept of metamodernity from aesthetics think there is. My original appearance on the Stoa excited some controversy and I ended up being hosted on a virtual […]
I’ve been to one of my favourite cities for most of the week, namely Copenhagen. I spent a lot of time there in IBM days thanks to the support of Hanna (I think I have the name right but its 25 years ago and I have lost touch with so if you are reading this […]
I picked up a mailing from New Scientist this morning with the headline Two of the UK’s water companies are still using dowsing to find leaks and it rightly says that method is scientifically discredited. But it works for some people and I can attest to the truth of that from the two weeks I spent […]
As promised I did try and get all of this into a process map last night while getting through the last three episodes of The English (worth watching and the linked review is a good summary). One of the reasons for that is that the type of system I am describing pretty much exemplifies what I […]
Yesterday in, the space between exercises I was chatting with a research nurse about patient record keeping. In the process of that discussion, we started to talk about effective communication about a patient’s condition and she made the point that a simple story can convey a lot of meaning, and that meaning is often lost […]
I’ve been feeling a little frustrated over the last ten days. I spent the previous week in a holiday cottage in Eryri with some excursions to the Carneddau foothills only to be flattened by gale-force winds and saturated by driving rain and hail. Since my return, the wind has dropped and the sky is clear […]
Yesterday I established the basis for knowledge mapping, namely to ask a meaningful question in a meaningful context. I promised that I would place that into a wider programme which, in the language of our new Hexi approach, is called an assembly. Astute readers may also have spotted a developing theme in both the banner […]
My last post linked to some of my prior work on knowledge management (KM) but I resisted a link to knowledge mapping as I wanted to update the material. That will also involve revising some of the charts and material so I decided to simply write it up again as a process, stage by stage, […]
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