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  • Andrew Ware posted a new activity comment 1 year, 1 month ago

    Hi @matthewploszajski

    Kubler-Ross change curve is ok, in the context of QI it would be for us to have an awareness of it and to ensure people don’t read frustration, denial and ‘depression’ as resistance to change. Sometimes there is resistance because it is just a crap idea.

    A collaborative approach usually negates this but there will be people…Read more

  • Andrew Ware posted a new activity comment 1 year, 1 month ago

    @matthewmezey Really? I haven’t come to that conclusion about Snowden or Stacey. Emergent behavior through individual agents interacting with each other might sound removed from identify the agents as individuals, but I wouldn’t call it anti-individualist. I wouldn’t call them theorists either as Snowden worked and observed his teachings at…Read more

  • Andrew Ware posted a new activity comment 1 year, 1 month ago

    Hello

    I have done training looking at applied complexity in organisations via Cognitive Edge. An awareness of psychological concepts are most useful in aiding people with their improvement / innovation projects, rather than teaching it to them in my opinion. It takes translating that knowledge into something with utility.

    I don’t think this…Read more

    • Hi Andy, I think you’re so right to point to the challenge of ‘translating’ psychological knowledge into something with utility.
      It’s interesting that a lot of the complexity/networks theorists (like Snowden and Stacey?) tend to propound very anti-individualist models that reject the idea of individual psychology as falling into the error of being…Read more

    • @matthewmezey Really? I haven’t come to that conclusion about Snowden or Stacey. Emergent behavior through individual agents interacting with each other might sound removed from identify the agents as individuals, but I wouldn’t call it anti-individualist. I wouldn’t call them theorists either as Snowden worked and observed his teachings at…Read more

    • Hi Andy,
      It’s great that there seems to be growing interest in Snowden’s SenseMaker in the NHS – I completed a SenseMaker-based survey for NHS Horizons only last week. Will be fascinating to see the results of it.
      And one of the SenseMaker offshoot orgs just concluded its court battle with SenseMaker, so is now presumably going to be available to…Read more

    • @andrewware Many thanks for the suggestions. These are some excellent avenues to explore and I have not used tripdatabase before, so thank you also for pointing me towards that.
      There is currently a debate in our department over whether we should provide specific psychoeducation (so things like the Kubler-Ross Change Curve, or the pitfalls of the…Read more

    • Hi @matthewploszajski

      Kubler-Ross change curve is ok, in the context of QI it would be for us to have an awareness of it and to ensure people don’t read frustration, denial and ‘depression’ as resistance to change. Sometimes there is resistance because it is just a crap idea.

      A collaborative approach usually negates this but there will be people…Read more

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