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June 7, 2012

I had meetings in Belfast today so I had to miss the festival.  So I am taking the opportunity to remind people about training coming up in London shortly.   For various reasons connected to travel and client commitments I will be teaching day one of the basic accreditation course in a couple of weeks time for the first time in three years.  So all those who have asked when I will be doing that this is your opportunity.   Its followed by the new Advanced Course which dives deeper into Cynefin and also ABIDE, the basic intervention structure for managing complexity.

If you want to attend both there is a special discount.  For both courses I am doing day one, and one of our leading practitioners Tony Quinlin is doing the second for both courses.  Tony and I have worked together on some of the largest and most interesting projects in Cognitive Edge's history so this is a real chance to get engaged.  Registration for the basic is here, and advanced here.  If you want the discount Email Me  Its only a week or so away so don't hold back.

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