Last minute bookings

April 14, 2008

There are a few (a very few) places left on the London Accreditation Course 23rd to the 25th April. We have to confirm numbers to the host this Wednesday! While we will do our best to accommodate people after that date you might not get anything to eat! Details of how to book here. If you have been before and want an update (about 30% of the material is new over a couple of years ago) then there is a discount for network members. Also we now sell the three days separately. Day one is strategy including the Cynefin model, day two narrative with an extended session on the software in the evening and day three networks including new material on crews.

After that we move to Montreal for the East Coast of North America . I’ve never been there before so I am looking forward to it if only for a new Starbucks mug!

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The Cynefin Company (formerly known as Cognitive Edge) was founded in 2005 by Dave Snowden. We believe in praxis and focus on building methods, tools and capability that apply the wisdom from Complex Adaptive Systems theory and other scientific disciplines in social systems. We are the world leader in developing management approaches (in society, government and industry) that empower organisations to absorb uncertainty, detect weak signals to enable sense-making in complex systems, act on the rich data, create resilience and, ultimately, thrive in a complex world.

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