roy / Roy Scholten

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  1. Dave Snowden - How leaders change culture through small actions

    Summer School 2016

    Chief Scientific Officer of Cognitive Edge and Director of the Centre for Applied Complexity at Bangor University @snowded

    His work is international in nature and covers government and industry looking at complex issues relating to strategy, organisational decision making and decision making. He has pioneered a science based approach to organisations drawing on anthropology, neuroscience and complex adaptive systems theory.

    Ysgol Haf 2016

    Prif Swyddog Gwyddonol Cognitive Edge a Chyfarwyddwr Canolfan Cymhlethdod Cymhwysol ym Mhrifysgol Bangor @snowded

    Mae natur ryngwladol i’w waith ac mae’n cynnwys llywodraeth a diwydiant gan edrych ar faterion cymhleth sy’n ymwneud â strategaeth, penderfyniadau sefydliadol a gwneud penderfyniadau. Mae wedi creu ymagwedd arloesol yn seiliedig ar wyddoniaeth at sefydliadau gan ddefnyddio anthropoleg, niwrowyddoniaeth a theori systemau addasol cymhleth.

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    Tagged with education

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  2. Software Art Thou: Dave Snowden - Cognitive Edge

    Knowledge management is critical to software development. Applications evolve through the interaction between technological capabilities and unarticulated user requirements. In this Software Art Thou presentation, management consultant and researcher Dave Snowden provides useful insights from complex adaptive systems theory and the cognitive sciences to lay a foundation for a new method of thinking.

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  3. Introducing the Internet of Agreements is a new concept from This video is a little rough (it was a very, VERY loud room although you can’t hear too much)

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  4. Michael Foley - Process Theory & Henri Bergson

    Michael Foley, author of the bestseller „The Age of absurdity - why modern life makes it hard to be happy“ is the guest of this episode. The book is a celebration of insight from the most diverse philosophers, and an examination of the states we’d like to achieve and desperately are missing to hit. All his books center round deep insights around everyday life. Michael lives in London and since 2007 has completely devoted to writing.

    In one of his latest books, he goes into depth with Henri Bergson, a french philosopher, who lived from 1859 to 1941, son to a Polish jewish composer and an Irish jewish mother. At the time he was one of the most influential thinkers and kind of pre-dated quantum physics, chaos theory amongst other topics n science. He also won the nobel price.

    One of Bergsons many contributions was process theory. In a nutshell, process theory says that everything is in constant movement, there are no finite end states, everything is connected. While this may sound trivial, the consequences are overwhelming. With this model, Bergson lay the model for models that ended up being discovered by science only decades later. Statements of Quantum Theory, Emergence and Chaos Theory and lots more are such examples.


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  5. 6: Benefits of Visual Learning w/ Marc McLaughlin - Cress Media : Cress Media

    Marc McLaughlin, Business Designer at Business Models Inc., joins the podcast to talk about how visual learning can be fun and improve business results.

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  6. 5by5 | The Conversation #20: Visual Thinking

    Dan Benjamin is joined by Sunni Brown, Dave Gray, and Mike Rohde to discuss visual thinking, visual note-taking, and the doodle revolution.

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  7. Hardtalk - Brian Eno

    Stephen Sackur talks to Brian Eno, the hugely influential contemporary music maker once styled the ‘brainiest guy in pop’ – except the word ‘pop’ does not really fit. Briefly a member of Roxy Music in the early ’70s, he then went his own way, creating ambient music, developing audio-visual installations and collaborating with a host of big names including Bowie, U2 and Coldplay. His output has been prolific and varied, but what is he? A musician, a composer, or an artist impossible to label?

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  8. Reinventing Organizations

    A talk, followed by Q&A, by Frederic Laloux about "Reinventing Organizations", a research and book that is turning into an international phenomenon.

    Increasingly, employees and managers (but also doctors, nurses, teachers, etc.) are disillusioned with the way we run organizations today. We all somehow sense that there simply must be better ways to run our businesses, nonprofits, schools and hospitals.

    This hopeful talk shares the key insights from groundbreaking research into the emergence, in different parts of the world, of truly powerful and soulful organizations that have made a radical leap beyond today’s management thinking.

    (It starts with the story of how organizations evolved over time. You can skip to minute 28 to hear the story of Buurtzorg, one of the extraordinary pioneering organizations, that revolutionized home care in the Netherlands. At minute 36, the talk goes into self-management. At minute 52 into wholeness at work. And at 1:06 into evolutionary purpose in organizations. Q&A start at 1:21.)

    Correction: As I was quoting figures from memory, I got two figures wrong related to Morning Star’s market share in tomato paste in the US, and in tomato trucking. In both cases Morning Star’s market share is above 30%. As ‘The Economist’ says in such cases: sorry.

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  9. Interview With Cal Newport: Deep Work and Focus — The Power of a Focused Life

    The Power of a Focused Life by Shawn Blanc — Living without regret in the age of distraction.

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  10. Anil Dash — Tech’s Moral Reckoning | On Being

    Anil Dash is a technologist, social media influencer, and vocal activist for moral imagination in the digital sphere. He believes that we can all contribute to the humane potential of technology in this moment.

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