Here the slides that went with a Keynote Presentation that I had the honor of delivering at the 2009 Melbourne Waste Education Conference & Expo.
I'll follow this one with a version with voice over in a slidecast,
•The Cynefin framework is a model used to describe
problems, situations and systems.
•The model provides a taxonomy that guides what sort of
explanations and/or solutions may apply.
•It was developed by David Snowden and his
•The Cynefin framework draws on complex adaptive
systems theory, cognitive science, Anthropology, as well
as evolutionary psychology.
•It quot;explores the relationship between man, experience
and contextquot; and proposes new approaches to
communication, decision-making, policy-making and
knowledge management in complex social environments.
The Fine Print and Acknowledgements
Thanks to Hugh McLeod for creating such accessible and wonderful comics - http://www.gapingvoid.com/
Thanks to friend and colleague Simon Kneebone for all of his great cartoons and ideas
Thanks to Mark Earls for writing the book Herd and making the concepts of complexity and behaviour change make
sense to me! Mark’s blog is here - http://herd.typepad.com/herd_the_hidden_truth_abo/
Thanks to Dave Snowden over at Cognitive Edge for the Cynefin Framework and stories about 10 y.o. boys birthday
parties on his podcasts. Dave’s blog is here - http://www.cognitive-edge.com/blogs/dave/
Thanks to Viv McWaters for providing me the inspiration to pursue all this stuff AND for her own writings on her blog
over here - http://vivmcwaters.com.au/
Thanks to Faris Jakob for his presentation Be Nice or Leave (I lifted a few slides from you) -
Thanks to crew at NESTA Connect this great blog post on Valuing Networks -
Thanks to Clay Shirky (http://www.shirky.com/weblog/) and Howard Rheingold (http://www.rheingold.com/) for their
books and blogs and ideas
Thanks to Karl Fish for his great Slideshow Video Did You Know (and for the use of the some of the slides) -
… and finally thanks to Garr Reynolds for Presentation Zen. Without it I’m afraid all of the slides would look like slide #