Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving

Jonah Lehrer and the Crisis of Knowledge Synthesis

by • August 22nd, 2012

Jonah Lehrer - Pop!Tech 2009 - Camden, ME

Jonah Lehrer is/was as big as it gets in science writing and two weeks ago proved the adage that the higher one climbs the farther the fall after admitting to some false content in his stories. This is bad news for him, but may be much worse for all of us interested in making science […]

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Complexity and the Senseless Marketing of the Future

by • July 16th, 2012

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Futurists take what we know now and project into the future ideas about things will be like years from today using the models that have worked consistently up to now. Those models applied to human systems are changing quickly making marketing the future based on them senseless and potentially dangerous. Earlier this past week a […]

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Marketing the Narrative of Complexity

by • July 6th, 2012

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Complexity, by its very nature, is not a simple concept to communicate, yet it is increasingly becoming one that will define our times and may be the key to ensuring human survival and wellbeing in the years to come. If society is to respond to complex challenges the meaning of complexity needs to be communicated […]

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