Wikipedia: Cynefin framework

September 24, 2006

I didn’t start this, but someone put up an entry for Cynefin. There were objections that it was commercial (with which I agreed), so I went in over the weekend and changed it. It still needs tidying up but its now there or thereabouts. What is needed are citations of use (papers) other than ones by me. All help appreciated if people could pile in. Incidentally Clint turns out to an intelligent Australian academic who has made contributions to this blog, and continues to make useful changes to the Knowledge Management entry on the Wikipedia. He has written a really interesting thesis which is helping me with my book. Thankfully he has a sense of humour and was prepared to own up to save the blushes of a Scottish Professor of KM with the same name.

I have also realised that this social computing stuff is dangerously addictive. Between this blog and taking part in the Wikipedia I have now written over thirty five thousand words, about a third of the way to a book. On the other hand, the number of the words on the book is (well lets just leave that for another day shall we).

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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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