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The Cynefin Framework: Using the Most Appropriate Problem-Solving Process

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What's the best way to solve your problem? Use the Cynefin Process to find out #management http://ow.ly/KDlnr pic.twitter.com/M8un4oCuD4

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Easy to understand and apply!

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Cynefin 101 – An Introduction

This paper is to introduces the Cynefin model and its practices which can be used to address the uncertainty of the modern world. The practices that are introduced can be used to compliment traditional approaches to project, programme and portfolio management. This provides a more comprehensive approach that reflects the needs of management in an ever more uncertain world.

Via yannick grenzinger, Christophe Bredillet
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Very well done - must read to understand complexity and uncertainty as seen through the Cynefin framework

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Aline Choupin's curator insight, July 15, 2014 2:57 AM

Great methodology for decision making

Michael Moore's curator insight, August 11, 2014 7:44 AM

Go read...

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Le modèle Cynefin et l'intelligence émotionnelle

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Quel style de management adopter en fonction du type d'environnement ou de projet mené? Quelle posture de leadership est la plus pertinente dans un environnement incertain? Je vous propose ci-après une piste de réflexion mettant en lien les domaines du modèle Cynefin et l'intelligence émotionnelle.
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Mon dernier billet blog. Commentaires bienvenus!

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Christine Aizpurua's curator insight, November 10, 2013 1:55 PM

Super article destiné à ceux qui souhaite comprendre l'intelligence émotionnelle si chère aux zèbres

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The end of strategic planning?

The Belgian professor and consultant, Nick van Heck, likes to say, in a purposefully provocative manner that “Disruptions do not exist. They are only an excuse for the unprepared”. For him, leaders need to challenge their assumptions about what strategy and planning are about and how they are structured. He continues: “Strategy should not be about guessing the future but preparing for whatever may be!” I support this way of thinking.

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Strategic planning for complicated systems

Strategizing for complex systems

Check the difference in this great paper!

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Didier Marlier's comment, July 13, 2013 8:21 AM
Thank you Philippe. With you usual sharpness, I think you have summarized well the article and will save readers a lot of time ;) Looking fwd to connect someday...
Jan Lubin's curator insight, July 13, 2013 1:43 PM

The need to get all stakeholders involved with you institution/enterprise is essential for any strategic plan to affect organizational change.

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Komplexitätsmanagement in der Praxis: PM bei komplexen Altlastensanierungen

Komplexitätsmanagement in der Praxis: PM bei komplexen Altlastensanierungen | Complex systems and projects | Scoop.it
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Veröffentlichung unserer Arbeit bzgl. komplexen Altlastensanierungen

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Complexity Science For Lean & Agile Teams

Complexity ScienceFor Lean & Agile Teams

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Laurent LATHIEYRE's curator insight, February 10, 2013 7:59 AM

interesting perspective

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Managing complexity: a practical example

In Switzerland, there are more than 4'000 contaminated sites needing remediation in the next decades. Some of the remediation projects are especially large – over 100 Millions € - and highly complex. On behalf of the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN), the authors developed a guideline (in press) to support the authorities which are challenged by such complex projects.
After having identified the success factors and key challenges of three sites being currently remediated, a project typology, based on four dimensions (technical, legal, socio-relational and management), has been developed. Further, a complexity grid, inspired by the project complexity model of Kathleen Hass, has been developed, allowing a qualitative identification of the main sources of complexity. Finally, success factors, recommendations and tools for key elements like goal-setting, decision-making and steering, stakeholder-management, project-organisation, participation and communication, planning, uncertainty and risk-management, culture and leadership, are suggested.

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enrique rubio royo's comment, November 6, 2012 8:50 AM
Thank you Philippe
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The new dynamics of strategy: Sense-making in a complex and complicated world

by C. F. Kurtz, D. J. Snowden
In this paper, we challenge the universality of
three basic assumptions prevalent in
organizational decision support and strategy:
assumptions of order, of rational choice and of intent.

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Using Cynefin to make sense of projects

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Since a couple of years we have been using Cynefin to help our customers to make sense of the different domains of projects they are executing. The motivation for doing so, is that we strongly be...
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The ethics of unintended consequences

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In a complex adaptive system we have dispositionality not causality, so when we act we cannot know what will happen.  That means we need to maintain the ability to respond quickly, something I brought in at the end when I talked about complexity approaches to project management.

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Great is the power of steady misrepresentation

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I promised yesterday to clarify some aspects of Cynefin.  This was triggered by Roger's Linked In post and some of the response (reported yesterday) but it is not a specific response.  Rather see it as a summary of multiple responses both articulated or otherwise over the last few years.  

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Cynefin Framework clarified by Dave Snowden. Must read!

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Overcoming perplexity

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Overcoming Perplexity - Frames of Mind Required for Engaging with Complexity, by Aiden Choles

Max-Neef (1991) defines perplexity as the outcome of a situation for which we cannot recognise a precedent, has kept us in a dead-end alley and barred the road to imaginative, novel and bold situations.

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The frames of mind for dealing with complexity:

- openness

- situational awareness

- and holding a healthy respect for the restraint/action paradox.

 

Very good views on the topic, enjoy the reading!

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The Cynefin Framework and emotional intelligence

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By attending a very inspiring workshop with Robert Dilts about « Leadership in times of uncertainty » in Bruxelles this week-end, some analogies with the Cynefin Framework of Dave Snowden (that I presented previously) emerged in my mind.
Taking as base the « Revised Leadership Table » by D. Snowden, I put on the paper some reflexions about further leadership dimensions.

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Feedbacks, comments, thoughts, suggestions are welcome!

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Management de la complexité: une application concrète

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Publication par l'OFEV de notre travail sur les projets d'assainissement de sites contaminés complexes.

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Juan Pablo F.'s curator insight, March 22, 2013 7:31 PM

La dimensión del aprendizaje es transversal e integrada en todas las otras... revisar en donde se refleja lo ambiental...

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The OODA loop & Cynefin

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Earlier this month I picked up a tweet from Clay Spinuzzi of Austin University asking how the Cynefin framework related to the Competing Value Sets (CSV) model.

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The Cynefin Agile Lean Mixup

I was pleasantly surprised to hear that several thinkers, practitioners, and researchers have teamed up to “further the application of complexity science in software development as well as in the larger organization”.
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Komplexe Projekte: Risiken – Nichtwissen – Überraschung: alles im Griff ? (1/3)

Komplexe Projekte: Risiken – Nichtwissen – Überraschung: alles im Griff ? (1/3) | Complex systems and projects | Scoop.it

Welche sind die besonderen Risikoquellen in komplexen Projekten und Systemen? Kann man sie identifizieren und rechtzeitig vorbeugen oder mindestens reduzieren? Ist das traditionelle Risikomanagement geeignet und ausreichend, um den Faktor „Unsicherheit“ zu bewältigen?

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Adapting the Cynefin Framework to Encompass Systemic Change

Part three of a recent lecture given by Noah Raford at the London School of Economics Complexity Programme, on complexity science, management and organisatio...
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