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The OODA loop & Cynefin - Cognitive Edge Network Blog

The OODA loop & Cynefin - Cognitive Edge Network Blog | MOOC | Scoop.it

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Patrick Verdonk's curator insight, November 11, 2014 5:53 PM

"...as an attempt to overlay OODA onto Cynefin and illustrates my concern about the dangers of simply throwing things together in the hope that something useful may emerge.  It misses the point completely.  The essence of Cynefin, and even the most basic reading of the literature would demonstrate this, is that each domain carries with it a different mode of decision making."

 

I don't know why I ran into this only know (it was published November 2012) - but it is excellent!!!

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MOOCs Gain Popularity in China in Spite of Barriers to Access and Anxiety About Western Influence

MOOCs Gain Popularity in China in Spite of Barriers to Access and Anxiety About Western Influence | MOOC | Scoop.it
Coursera's founder Andrew Ng has announced that China is the education platform's fastest growing market after the United States. More Chinese users download the Android app than in any other country,

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Arslan Chaudhary's curator insight, May 8, 2014 11:21 AM

LMF Free Classified  is an online Pakistan Free Classified website.You can post free classified ad with out registration on LMF and buy and sale everything through LMF. LMF provides online classified jobs , as well as newspaper Jobs

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The Internet and The Sciences of Complexity

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Up to now, we have seen the world around us as systems that, we thought, could be described and understood by identifyin…

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Patrick Verdonk's curator insight, November 12, 2014 3:41 AM

"Henri Poincaré (1854 — 1912) was the first scientist to find that there are two distinct kinds of energy. The first was the kinetic energy in the movement of the particle itself. The second was the energy arising from the interaction between particles. When this second energy is not there, the system is in a state of non-dynamism. When there is interactive energy, the system is dynamic and capable of novelty and renewal."