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Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity

Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

As we become aware of our own assumptions and those of others, we have the capacity to examine and challenge those assumptions. It is through a respectful process of considering and challenging assumptions that we are able to shift our thinking and come to understand something in a new way. This can lead us to finding common ground and creating a path forward founded on the shared values that underlie different perspectives and approaches.


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franz contemplates complexity

A brief animated video on complex systems theory.

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Anne Caspari's curator insight, February 1, 2013 7:32 AM

this is great food for thought; nicely done! 

Spaceweaver's curator insight, February 3, 2013 7:06 AM

Excellent introduction and some reference books at the end

Luciano Lampi's curator insight, March 25, 2013 6:48 AM

a cool start...

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Networks thrive in complexity

Networks thrive in complexity | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

In complex environments, weak hierarchies and strong networks are the best organizing principle. One good example of complexity that we can try to fathom is nature itself. Networks thrive in nature. As Howard Bloom stated in a speech at Yale University


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Tim Williamson's curator insight, December 30, 2012 10:39 AM

Excellent work.  I would add that to properly understand complex systems on the global scale requires a holistic approach.  You can somewhat understand the mechanics of the system only generally since these systems are emergent by definition, but to 'influence' the outcomes of an emergent system requires a holistic understanding.

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Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity

Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

As we become aware of our own assumptions and those of others, we have the capacity to examine and challenge those assumptions. It is through a respectful process of considering and challenging assumptions that we are able to shift our thinking and come to understand something in a new way. This can lead us to finding common ground and creating a path forward founded on the shared values that underlie different perspectives and approaches.


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Theory U -> Leading from the Emerging Future | Foreign State

Theory U -> Leading from the Emerging Future | Foreign State | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

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Anne Caspari's curator insight, December 19, 2012 6:35 AM

very nice graphic representation :-)

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Re-imagining the Big Picture

Understanding the interconnected problems facing humanity often requires seeing the world in a new way. David McConville, President of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, explores how questioning the outdated assumptions underlying "business as usual" approaches is the first step in designing for a resilient future.

 

This was the opening keynote from SOCAP: Designing the Future, held in Malmö, Sweden from May 8-10, 2012.


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Kosmisches Bewusstsein: Die Wissenschaft und das Akasha-Feld

Kosmisches Bewusstsein: Die Wissenschaft und das Akasha-Feld | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
Einst die Domain der indischen Mystik, wurde jetzt die Akasha-Chronik zur Grundlage der modernen Feldtheorie. In seinem Buch „Science and the Akashic Field: Ein Integral Theory of Everything“ (Rochester, Vermont: Inner ...
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fundamental integral: Die integrale Stimme finden

fundamental integral: Die integrale Stimme finden | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
Auszug aus dem Bericht von der zweiten Integral Theory Conference 2010 bei San Francisco. Der ganze Bericht ist veröffentlicht im Online Journal "integral informiert", Ausg. 25, erhältlich über www.integralesforum.org.
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Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity (SSIR)

Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity (SSIR) | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

When the Process Becomes the Solution

We have found in both our research and consulting that those who hope to launch collective impact efforts often expect that the process begins by finding solutions that a collective set of actors can agree upon. In fact, developing a common agenda is not about creating solutions at all, but about achieving a common understanding of the problem, agreeing to joint goals to address the problem, and arriving at common indicators to which the collective set of involved actors will hold themselves accountable in making progress. It is the process that comes after the development of the common agenda in which solutions and resources are uncovered, agreed upon, and collectively taken up. Those solutions and resources are quite often not known in advance. They are typically emergent, arising over time through collective vigilance, learning, and action that result from careful structuring of the effort. If the structure-specific steps we have discussed here are thoughtfully implemented, we believe that there is a high likelihood that effective solutions will emerge, though the exact timing and nature cannot be predicted with any degree of certainty. This, of course, is a very uncomfortable state of being for many stakeholders.

And yet staying with this discomfort brings many rewards. 

A previously unnoticed evidence-based practice, movement, or resource from outside the community is identified and applied locally.Local individuals or organizations begin to work together differently than before and therefore find and adopt new solutions.A successful strategy that is already working locally, but is not systematically or broadly practiced, is identified and spread more widely.


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Anne Caspari's curator insight, March 15, 2013 4:21 AM

“When you are moving towards an objective, it is very important to pay attention to the road. It is the road that teaches us the best way to get there, and the road enriches us as we walk its length.”

 

Finally an article on CAS that focuses on the right Process Design features. Good.   

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Check out this excellent visualization of Theory U in practice

Check out this excellent visualization of Theory U in practice | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
Otto Scharmer and his book the U Theory from 2007 is quickly becoming one of the primary sources of inspiration for both scholars philosophy and business. Various interpretations of his open heart,...
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MIT | Harnessing the world’s collective intelligence to deal with climate change

MIT | Harnessing the world’s collective intelligence to deal with climate change | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

MIT researchers are asking you to help devise a plan for dealing with climate change.

At their online forum, you can review the impacts of plans now being discussed and debated internationally—and you can try to design a plan that might be better.


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one of the keys to speed up change at a greater scale. gather, link and moderate exchange and use of existing ideas, insight, initiatives....manifesting collective intelligence

 

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Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity

Making Time for Dialogue | Rethinking Complexity | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it

As we become aware of our own assumptions and those of others, we have the capacity to examine and challenge those assumptions. It is through a respectful process of considering and challenging assumptions that we are able to shift our thinking and come to understand something in a new way. This can lead us to finding common ground and creating a path forward founded on the shared values that underlie different perspectives and approaches.


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deSignale: Radikal neue Theorie zur Lebensentstehung!!!

deSignale: Radikal neue Theorie zur Lebensentstehung!!! | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
Wie sciencedaily meldet, wurde nun eine radikal neue Theorie zur Entstehung des Lebens bekannt, die eine ganzheitliche Sicht liefert. Ferner wurde eine bislang unbekannte Struktur in der RNA entdeckt.
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Die Wissenschaft und das Akasha-Feld – Ervin Laszlo's „Metavers ...

Die Wissenschaft und das Akasha-Feld – Ervin Laszlo's „Metavers ... | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
In seinem Buch „Science and the Akashic Field: Ein Integral Theory of Everything“ (Rochester, Vermont: Inner Traditions, 2004), behauptet Ervin Laszlo, dass die Akasha-Chronik die mythologische Entsprechung des Nullpunkt-Feldes ist, ...
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Der Guru, der Pandit, Evolution und ein Vogel mit nur einem Flügel

Der Guru, der Pandit, Evolution und ein Vogel mit nur einem Flügel | Integral Medicine | Scoop.it
Nach dieser ekstatischen Woche flog ich weiter nach Boulder, Colorado, zu einem Intensiv-Wochenende des Integral Theory Masters Programm, das gemeinsam vom Integral Institute und der JFK University veranstaltet wird.
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