Social > care and education as new motors, new partnerships, integratedconcepts, experience – interaction environments</li></li></ul><li>Consequences 1: inter-disciplinary<br />spatial<br />urbandevelopmet<br />social<br />cultural<br />spatialdevelopment<br />economic<br />wellbeing<br />Being a City2000-…<br />Making a City1950-2000<br />
World that consists of predictable outcomes and results
Moon landing: many steps with a lot of detail and the possibility of erros, but we know how it works if we stick to the plan
Cutting up larger problems into smaller ones</li></li></ul><li>From “Order” to “Chaos & Order & Chaos & …”<br />Flowing water<br />Damp<br />Still water<br />Ice<br />
Complexity: new management concepts<br />Issues have become ‘untamable’: organic systems<br />(But also a very human longing for ‘tamability’)<br />New management concepts:<br />Steering by variation and selection: no pushing or forcing, but folllowing and adding energy to initiatives that match your ambitions<br />Synchronicity: development by co-evolution, the inter-action of subsystems<br />Self-organisation: no more top-down but energy that comes from within systems<br />
Complexity: new management concepts<br />New methods:<br /><ul><li>Double think
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