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GV Face: What’s Next for Ukraine? · Global Voices

GV Face: What’s Next for Ukraine? · Global Voices | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
What's next for the #Euromaidan movement? Protests and bloodshed led to the fall of a corrupt president. But now, as Russia looms with military might and Crimea considers succession, there are endless unanswered questions about Ukraine's future political moves and relationship to the European Union.
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Chock full of innovative examples of self-organizing going on: translator groups online who translate news reports into many languages so more complex views reach the west; volunteer medics helping the injured; groups working to help those who were arrested, etc

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You're More Powerful than You Think: A Citizen’s Guide to Making Change Happen: Eric Liu: 9781610397070: Amazon.com: Books

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Madmagz - Collaboratively Create Online Magazines

Madmagz - Collaboratively Create Online Magazines | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Madmagz is a neat platform for collaboratively creating online magazines. Madmagz provides you with a magazine template that lets yo
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Creative Commons unveils a new photo search engine with filters, lists & social sharing

Creative Commons unveils a new photo search engine with filters, lists & social sharing | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Finding free and legal images to accompany your web content has never been difficult, thanks to Creative Commons. The nonprofit organization offers copyright licenses that creators can use to share their work more broadly, while putting them in control of where and how their work can be used, how it should be attributed and more. Now the organization is making it easier to access this content with a new search engine, CC Search, launched into beta this morning.

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Open Space Technology - The most engaging all-company meeting

Team building isn't about ropes courses. It's about bringing people together based on the actual work. Open space does this with the highest level o

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Building a Science of Experience: Neurophenomenology and Related Disciplines

Building a Science of Experience: Neurophenomenology and Related Disciplines | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it

Context: More than 20 years ago Varela initiated a research program to advance in the scientific study of consciousness, neurophenomenology. Problem: Has Varela’s neurophenomenology, the solution to the “hard problem,” been successful? Which issues remain unresolved, and why? Method: This introduction sketches the progress that has been made since then and links it to the contributions to this special issue. Results: Instead of a unified research field, today we find a variety of different interpretations and implementations of neurophenomenology. We argue that neurophenomenology needs to give additional attention to its experiential dimension by addressing first-person methods’ specific challenges and by rethinking the relationship between the frameworks of the first- and third-person approaches.

 

Valenzuela-Moguillansky C., Vásquez-Rosati A. & Riegler A. (2017) Building a Science of Experience: Neurophenomenology and Related Disciplines. Constructivist Foundations 12(2): 131–138. Available at http://constructivist.info/12/2/131.editorial


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Podcast: The Role of Collaborative Organizing in Greece's Ongoing Crisis

Podcast: The Role of Collaborative Organizing in Greece's Ongoing Crisis | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Greece was all over the news in 2014 and 2015.You might remember hearing about the new radical left party Syriza, the referendum, and the demonstrations and violence in the streets. So what happened? Mistrusting the mainstream narrative coming from western media outlets, and suspicious of the abrupt end to most news coverage, we traveled to Athens to get an on-the-ground look at what was going on in the aftermath of the Greek debt crisis and the turbulent events that had built up over the last few years in the country.
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Why Complexity is Different | Yaneer Bar-Yam

Why Complexity is Different | Yaneer Bar-Yam | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
One of the hardest things to explain is why complex systems are actually different from simple systems. The problem is rooted in a set of ideas that work together and reinforce each other so that…
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Marcelo Errera's curator insight, March 19, 10:36 PM
Constructal Theory is different. Complexity is a tool. One of the things I found most interesting in Constructal theory is that it tries to make sense of most of phenomena we usually accept empirical rules or take for granted. As we set forth theories for the major trends and recognize what flows and imposes resistances, complexity emerges as an outcome.
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Terrified about Trump? Quit your job, start an A-Team. We'll fund it.

Terrified about Trump? Quit your job, start an A-Team. We'll fund it. | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
A-Teams (activism teams) are a new way to change the world. Here we explain how to join one, start one, and apply for funding. If you're looking for an effective way to tackle massive political and social challenges and win, read this.
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'Paris in Georgia': political salons spring up across US in push against Trump

'Paris in Georgia': political salons spring up across US in push against Trump | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Taking inspiration from history, groups gather in Seattle, Minneapolis, San Francisco and beyond to plan opposition and create an outlet for their concerns
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Group Process Design Principles in Times of Turbulance

Group Process Design Principles in Times of Turbulance | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Ready for a thinking ramble? Payoff isn't until the end. Fair warning! I have found myself pointing to Donella Meadows' "Leverage Places: Where to Intervene
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On International Women’s Day, why co-ops matter for women around the world

On International Women’s Day, why co-ops matter for women around the world | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
This year’s International Women’s Day theme, 'Women in the Changing World of Work, ' speaks directly to the challenge women have in participating fully in the economy. From issues of equal pay to ownership, women are
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Adaptive Network Capacities

Adaptive Network Capacities | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Do you want to support the development of a network so it can be: More sensitive to shifts, challenges, and opportunities across silos and organizational structures that divide them More responsive as they collaborate to share information, time, and other resources to address common challenges and opportunities More robust as they understand and value individual and group contributions to the shared goals and work that brings them together In our experience at the HSD Institute, there are key skills and capacities that enable these powerful networks. Read this weeks blog to learn more about these skills and how you can use them in your work.
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Ecology and Society: A Theory of Transformative Agency in Linked Social-Ecological Systems

Ecology and Society: A Theory of Transformative Agency in Linked Social-Ecological Systems | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Westley, F. R., O. Tjornbo, L. Schultz, P. Olsson, C. Folke, B. Crona and Ö. Bodin. 2013. A theory of transformative agency in linked social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 18(3): 27. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-05072-180327
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Tools and Processes for Systems Work – Enspiral Tales

Tools and Processes for Systems Work – Enspiral Tales | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
(This is part two of a write-up of my experience and learnings from UnSchool Christchurch. It focusses on tools and processes I found particularly useful. Here’s more about the general setup of the…
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How Italians Learned To Govern Themselves Through Technology

How Italians Learned To Govern Themselves Through Technology | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
People shouldn’t settle for delegation; they should be able to choose participation.
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LOOPY!

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a tool for thinking in systems
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Why Complexity is Different – Student Voices

Why Complexity is Different – Student Voices | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
One of the hardest things to explain is why complex systems are actually different from simple systems. The problem is rooted in a set of ideas that work together and reinforce each other so that…
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Platform Design Masterclass in Berlin & Munich - May 2017

Platform Design Masterclass in Berlin & Munich - May 2017 | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
In our One Day Masterclass you will learn how to use the Platform Design Toolkit: a new and comprehensive set of new generation design tools.
During the Masterclass, you’ll be able to apply the toolkit directly to your challenges: a new product or business you’re designing, a new service or a startup idea. If you don’t have one clear idea yet, you will be able to explore a promising market context and make an hypothesis on how a platform can revolutionize it.
It’s an opportunity to learn new tools and – in the meantime – have a strategic acceleration on your project!
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Gandhi’s strategy for success — use more than one strategy

Gandhi’s strategy for success — use more than one strategy | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it

A network of strategies!

 

"How creating a healthy “ecology of change,” as Gandhi did in India, can help propel social movements.

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Creating integrated online and on-site workspaces

Creating integrated online and on-site workspaces | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
Just as the borderline between classroom and online learning has become blurred so has the concept of the workplace. Technology enables many of us to work effectively from just about anywhere with decent internet access and you would think that the traditional office and the daily ritual of commuting would be on the way out. There's little sign of that but the concept needs to be redesigned.

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New Deal Philanthropy – What’s The Future? – Medium

New Deal Philanthropy – What’s The Future? – Medium | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
One of nearly 1,500 Civilian Conservation Corps camps, this one in Beaverhead National Forest, Montana. The New Deal gave meaningful work and purpose to millions of people. Now we have the wisdom…
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Complexity Works!: Influencing Pattern-Based Change in Teams and Organizations: Denise Easton, Lawrence Solow: 9780997717600: Amazon.com: Books

Rated 5.0/5: Buy Complexity Works!: Influencing Pattern-Based Change in Teams and Organizations by Denise Easton, Lawrence Solow: ISBN: 9780997717600 : Amazon.com ✓ 1 day delivery for Prime members
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Here’s Why People Are Flocking To The Gig Economy – David Hale, CEO @ Gigwalk – Medium

Here’s Why People Are Flocking To The Gig Economy – David Hale, CEO @ Gigwalk – Medium | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
With the explosion of people taking on on-demand work there’s little doubt that the gig economy is exploding. Just last month, LinkedIn jumped into the gig economy with its new portal for freelancers…
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Unbundling Work: Learning to Thrive in Disruptive Times

Unbundling Work: Learning to Thrive in Disruptive Times | Self-organizing and Systems Mapping | Scoop.it
“Unbundling” is a concept advanced in a 1999 Harvard Business Review article by John Hagel of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, with Marc Singer. The premise is that former “vertically-integrated…
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