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Cynefin St Davids Day 2019 (2 of 5)

Dave Snowden

In my last post I explained the change from ‘Simple’ to ‘Obvious’ in the ordered domain. In both these cases there has been little change since the Cynefin Framework first appeared in something close to its current form.

change takes time and effort

Harold Jarche

They see patterns before others do. I have identified two learning competencies — Learning How to Learn & Adapting to Continuous Change. The bottom line is that these kinds of changes to workplace learning and development will take time and effort. Change takes time.

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Liminal Cynefin & ‘control’

Dave Snowden

It’s why I like to tune into a conference before speaking and I’m generally changing and adding to the slides (or notes if I am going without slides) right up the point where I arrive on stage. The former are focused on compliance the latter on checking if its time to change.

Templates for good

Clark Quinn

Merriam-Webster defines it as “a gauge, pattern, or mold used as a guide to the form of a piece being made” In terms of software and business, templates are forms with some of the elements already completed. With them, it’s easier to do design.

from enlightenment to entanglement

Harold Jarche

To change our systems, first we have to understand them, and where they came from. Our existing education and training systems are not designed for this task. But none of our institutions, including our markets, are designed for what is to come.

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learning in complexity and chaos

Harold Jarche

Most of our current work structures are designed to address complicated situations, such as constructing a building, launching a campaign, or designing a piece of equipment. Whenever people are involved, within a global context of climate change, the situation is likely complex.

Shaping (As Opposed to Stumbling Into It!) – The Future of Online Learning and Training

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

So I have a lens that says ‘Be careful what you wish for’.” - References AU MBA – “fellow deans of business thought I was completely bonkers” – took over 50% of exec MBA market in the country Things that will force us to change - - Globa spend on education: $6.5

The impacts of Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on Learning and Development

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

These areas help is in upskilling, instructional design, instructon, coaching, more. Change Management and Communication You will need to track progress, celebrate success and help people adapt. Communication is essential to promote the culture change that is necessary.

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Artificial Intelligence for Good: A Few Good Articles To Read #AI4Good

Beth Kanter

The author, Eirini Maliaraki, an interaction designer, argues for more precise definition of the emerging field “AI for Good,” with a focus on outcomes, not the technology.

AI for Nonprofits and Social Good: Link Roundup

Beth Kanter

AI can do this faster than humans to identify patterns. These insights can be used to solve social change problems. The platform is described as a “Slack-first” HR platform designed to help managers proactively combat abuse by fostering collaboration, teamwork, and inclusion.

Culture 6 of 7: Adjustments

Dave Snowden

In any art work the final adjustments mean that we are nearing completion, in cultural change I want to argue, it is the sign that the process is only just starting. An initiative is designed to start a journey rather than complete a goal. The essence of cultural change is minimalism ….

Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant

Tony Karrer

ut I think it's fair to say that most every response expects the role of training to either diminish or to change significantly in the next 10 years. Supporting Concept Workers In The Future of the Training Department by Harold Jarche and Jay Cross, they discuss how work models are changing. This is very similar to what I discuss around Concept Workers and Work Literacy but they attack the change based on complexity – which is truly why concept workers are so important.