Cynefin St Davids Day 2019 (2 of 5)

Dave Snowden

Its more about staying alert and exploiting patterns of possibilities as they start to become visible. Exaptation is something I have blogged on before, most notably in this series of three posts back in 2012 (like 2019 a Grand Slam Year for Wales).

Thinking about design ‘thinking’

Dave Snowden

I’ve been thinking about the whole approach we are adopting to design thinking as the Whistler retreat approaches. I’ve designated this as ‘industrialised’ given IDEO’s latest approach to training and certification.

Design 172

Liminal Cynefin & ‘control’

Dave Snowden

I always emphasis that Cynefin was designed as a conflict resolution framework as much as for understanding decision making – all aspects of sense-making. Something that MassSense was designed to handle on a near real time basis by shifting to the liminal aspect of the chaotic domain.

Dimensions of difficulty

Clark Quinn

Using our brains for complex pattern matching and decision making is likely better than remembering arbitrary and rote steps. design strategyAs one of the things I talk about, I was exploring the dimensions of difficulty for performance that guide the solutions we should offer.

change takes time and effort

Harold Jarche

They see patterns before others do. Companies focused on quarterly results are not designed to make such a leap. The idea that generalists and soft skills are needed in the modern workplace seems to be hitting the mainstream of HR, L&D, etc.

Change 174

Tools for LXD?

Clark Quinn

How do you use external resources to keep your design on track? We are pattern-matchers and meaning-makers, naturally making up explanations for things that happen. Our cognitive architecture is designed to do this; to help us adapt to the first-level world we evolved in.

Tools 187

range & inefficiency

Harold Jarche

of our research and education practices are designed for ‘kind’ environments where the rules and parameters are relatively clear. An innovation system should preserve range and inefficiency, concludes the book Range—Why generalists triumph in a specialized world , by David Epstein.

Skills 194

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.

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. Applications/Benefits Personalization Personalization - Customization - Examples - accounting for demographics, learning history, work experience, patterns of behaviour, requests or needs, etc.,

Data 139

Your Art, My Art

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Pyramid design by I.M. The design is reflected in the reconstruction of the Reichstag , completed in 1999. I remember at the time when it opened being told it was designed this way to reflect openness and transparency - the new values that a reunified Germany would present to the world.

List 180

Shaming, safety, & misconceptions

Clark Quinn

Instead it was about whether the designers would feel proscribed from making real errors because of their expectation of learner’s emotions. Our errors don’t tend to be random (there is some randomness), but instead are patterned. Instead, as I’ve said , learning should be designed action and guided reflection. And that means we should be designing in these alternatives to the right action as options, and provide specific feedback. design

Narrative: paying the piper

Dave Snowden

Those reflections themselves arise from conversation is smaller groups and the whole thing is designed to keep ideas open for as long as possible: avoiding premature convergence.

Does God Exist?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The complexity of our planet points to a deliberate Designer who not only created our universe, but sustains it today. When we look at random things, we see patterns in them. Human brains are essentially pattern-recognition devices. So it's no surprise that we recognize patterns.

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. The platform is described as a “Slack-first” HR platform designed to help managers proactively combat abuse by fostering collaboration, teamwork, and inclusion.

New E-Book: #AI4Good – Nonprofit Trends and Use Salesforce.Org Cases

Beth Kanter

AI works more quickly and efficiently than humans in analyzing patterns in large datasets to provide insights. The report adapts a set a framework by Christopher Noessel , designer for the Watson Customer Experience team at IBM focusing on interaction with AI.

Data 17

Culture 6 of 7: Adjustments

Dave Snowden

An initiative is designed to start a journey rather than complete a goal. I’ll be writing a lot on this subject over 2019 and it is the final missing piece that I needed to get the book done.

Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant

Tony Karrer

Sensing patterns and helping to develop emergent work and learning practices. In 2019: A workplace learning odyssey Performance support will be built into the workflow and take the form of online tools, networks and coaching. In The Big Question the folks from Bottom Line Performance say: The challenge for instructional designers is no longer finding some relevant information on an obscure topic.