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May 2010

Time out….but not really!!!!

By Liz Fulop  ·  May 30, 2010  · 

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Haven’t blogged for a couple of days because I took time out to relax on the glorious Hawkesbury River, which is in the Kuring-gai National Park near Sydney, and runs 100km inland and to the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the most beautiful and pristine waterways in Australia and I am fortunate to own the glorious boat you see in the picture. That boat (and where it is moored) has a history as far as Cognitive Edge goes because it was the place that Annabelle Mark (the previous guest blogger) and I met for the second time.

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Society is more than an aggregation of individuals

By Dave Snowden  ·  May 30, 2010  ·  Reflections

I've never really understood why anyone gets taken in by arguments along the lines of "get the individuals right and society will work itself out". Ok it was the basic of classic liberalism and aspects of social contract theory but I did think by now most people realised that individuals co-evolve with each other, ideas, the cultural ideation patterns of their society etc. etc. The focus on individual competences and the assumption that they will aggregate is reductionist in nature, it fails to appreciate the complexity of social...

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Making sense of and using stuff from the Accreditation Program

By Liz Fulop  ·  May 26, 2010  ·  Health Care

The Accreditation Program I participated in Brisbane in 2010 was not actually run by Cognitive Edge but in conjunction with Emerging Options and I believe this is the first time the program was offered in this format so I am not sure of how it differs from others. For me the main reason I went was to learn more about Sensemaker and not to use the Cynefin framework and approach in a consultancy capacity. I was interested in trying develop research projects around Sensemaker but oddly enough, the first project that has adopted material...

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An interim post ....

By Dave Snowden  ·  May 26, 2010  ·  News

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By Liz Fulop  ·  May 24, 2010  · 

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I would like to introduce myself. I am Professor Liz Fulop from the Griffith Business School (GBS) at Griffith University, which is in Queensland, Australia. The Uni has six campuses and I am on the Gold Coast. It seems hard to convince people in Australia that I actually do work while I am there! The Gold Coast is one of Australia's favourite tourist destinations due mainly to its glorious beaches and balmy weather in winter. I fly to work from Sydney each week (when I am not on leave) and have done so for the past ten years. This...

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