Living Systems Thinking
This is a focus page to accumulate references from various Living Systems Thinking discussions, many of which are ongoing within LinkedIn. The page was initiated when the Living Systems Thinking subgroup of the Systems Thinking World group was deleted. The intent was to be able to surface the content of the discussions to external search, which can not be done with LinkedIn subgroups. The initial discussion within the Systems Thinking World is at Living Systems Thinking.
- Ask Nature How would a butterfly inspire your next design
- Biology of Business Slideshare by Sharon Vanderkaay
- Biomimicry 3.8
- Brian Goodwin Interview
- Center for Ecoliteracy
- Cognitive Edge web site
- Complexity Campfire Game
- Creating, Operating & Maintaining Systems - Nature's Way
- A blog post based on my actual experience of solving a system problem and abstracted the fundamental principles of Nature's working to create, operate and maintain systems; Kay and Scheider's paper was a great help. I realize that we can see the play of Living System Thinking even in non-living things like a machine systems
- Cynefin Framework A simple introduction video
- Demand for Management Tools and Techniques by Ralph Stacey
- Strategies are thus no longer understood simply as the choices of the most powerful but as emergent patterns of action arising in the interplay of choices made by many different groups of people.
- Designing Sustainable Cities by Alissa Walker
- Here is a case study from the Biomimicry Institute / Fast Company Biomimicry Challenge. Nature helps us think about growth, boundaries, borders, gradients, diversity, resources, networks and inter-dependence (eg Mycelium) and more.
- Ecology and Community by Fritjof Capra
- Elisabeth Sahtouris web site
- Evolving Scientific Paradigm by Michelle Holliday
- Evolutionary Imperative for Business by Dawna Jones
- Fractal Organizations with Janna Raaye
- Gentle Action: Surviving Chaos and Change by F. David Peat
- An essay that explores the nature of the activities and actions that can be taken by an organization that is sensitive to the dynamics of its surrounding environment.
- How Complexity Leads to Simplicity with Eric Berlow
- How to organize a Children's Party by Dave Snowden
- How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci Capra's book reviewed by Michael Gelb
- Humanity 4.0 Slidehare by Michelle Holliday
- Intelligent Action - using the Pilot model?
- Is Sustainability Serving the Wrong Master? by Michelle Holliday
- Living Systems Thinking Archived discussion in Systems Thinking World from August 2010.
- Margaret Wheatley web site
- On Blueberries and Becoming Indigenous
- Organizational Survival from Nature of Leadership Blog
- Our World: The Best kept Secret - Whirinaki Forest
- A school based Living Systems Thinking Project that collects and shares much information particularly around the value of rainforests.
- Seven Lessons for Leaders in Systems Change by Michael K. Stone
- So Your Organization is a Living System...Now What? by Michelle Holliday
- The Organization is Alive by Art Kleiner
- Thinking about Systems Linda Booth Sweeney
- To think about systems means we pay attention to interrelationships, patterns, and dynamics as well as to the parts Great resources from Linda Booth Sweeney and friends for schools, organisations, communities, teams and all lifelong learners.
- Tipu Ake ki te Ora An Organic Leadership Model
- The Pattern of Living Systems TEDx with Michelle Holliday
- The Pattern of Living Systems: A Lens into the Middle East
- The Systems View of Life with Fritjof Capra
- Universal Methodology by Lori Welsch
Systems Thinking World Discussions
Systems Thinking World Q&A * Gene Bellinger