Interesting uses of Cynefin

July 6, 2008

Technorati threw out two blogs this morning which reference the Cynefin framework. Both are interesting and worth a read. The first uses it to explain the need for Fish and Chips at a pub in a village near St Albans (where I lived for several years and still miss). The second with Microsoft’s virtualization strategy. There are more and more of these types of references coming through at the moment, the HBR article having created a lot of interest and some fascinating applications as people pick up the ideas. Another I liked recently was this one on perplexed canadians which uses the name if not the model.

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