Tag Archives: cognitive edge

Cynefin Foundations Course

  I was pleased to be part of the Cynefin Foundations Course facilitated by Complexability last week. A very diverse group of people came together to explore the notions of complexity underpinned by the Cynefin Framework. The workshops employed adult … Continue reading

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Developing a Community Service

  So how do you change an important community service? One where there is a lot of emotion attached and where there are multiple perspectives, ideas and knowledge? Creative Cognicion recently worked with one such service. It was a large … Continue reading

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Librarians and Leadership

Over the last two years Creative Cognicion, as part of the Complexability group, has been working with a group of librarians across the South Pacific. They have been undergoing leadership development training which is funded by the Bill and Melinda … Continue reading

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Portraits in Blue

Portraits in Blue was launched in Brisbane on October 11 at Minter Ellison who most generously sponsored the launch. This important project aims to capture the true stories of depression from an individual, carer and family perspective through the use … Continue reading

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Complexity & Marketing

I recently facilitated a workshop for a Victorian Government Department where the question was around their products and services and how they are working with their market place. We worked with the internal customers to understand their ideas and views … Continue reading

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Using Complexity in change

Just having a think about change and how that is worked through and managed by people. I am currently working with a group in transition…a group who traditionally operates in a linear sense…absolute predictabilty and hierarchy. The notion is that … Continue reading

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