In times of disruption, we are called to look beyond the patterns of the past into a future that wants to emerge.
Theory U creates that bridge comprising a framework for implementing awareness-based change, and a new narrative, updating our mental and institutional operating systems in all of society’s sectors – social, economic and environmental.
In this session we will look into the U Journey, knowing that Theory U draws our attention to the source and interior condition from which we operate. Who am I? What is my work? How can we relink the parts and the whole? What do I feel that wants to emerge?
Wednesday Web Jam no. 108 - "Why the Wooly Mammoth Matters to Your Online Community" with Todd Nilson
Although the Stone Age is part of our distant past, knowing your wooly mammoth has continued to be critical to understanding and building thriving communities. In this session, we will explore a working definition of online community and the success factors that help to ensure it will thrive and have an impact.
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Let's step into the future - but from the eyes of your favorite movie character! In this session, we will be exploring the social and cultural implications of future technologies by using an approach called Pastiche scenarios. Join us with Deepshika Yadav and help unravel the journey of Cinderella driving autonomous vehicles, Neville Longbottom fumbling with 3D printers and Dr Strange using AR apps.
Wednesday Web Jam no. 106 - “Data Delusions: How Math, Metrics, and Analytics Can Mislead Us” with David Phillips
In the age of Big Data, we rightly understand that meaningful insights can be derived from metrics and analytics. However, like any other strength, we can and often do overplay our reliance on data, sometimes with tragic consequences. In this session, we’ll explore how we might help our organizations and clients find the balance between data, metrics, and Human-Centered Design.