SenseMaker and social change dynamics – slides and video

SenseMaker and social change dynamics – slides and video

This week, Tony joined fellow complexity explorer Marcus Jenal for a webinar hosted by Laurie Webster for Cognitive Edge.  Looking at social change, both presenters talked about recent experiences of using SenseMaker to explore social and attitudinal change.  The webinar was recorded and is available for watching at Cognitive Edge’s Wistia site here. Tony’s slides are […]

SenseMaker contours of narrative – how a culture might evolve, where a culture won’t shift

SenseMaker contours of narrative – how a culture might evolve, where a culture won’t shift

Moving cultural beliefs and patterns is tough – the way that people behave generates micro-narratives and stories that then inform (constrain) how other people behave.  Feedback loops and patterns that can strengthen over time, making change seem impossible*.  In our work with SenseMaker, we see this in organisational cultures, in national values and beliefs and […]

Complexity, micro-narratives and SenseMaker®.  Tony Quinlan’s talk from the UN Data Innovation Lab , Nairobi: March 2017

Complexity, micro-narratives and SenseMaker®. Tony Quinlan’s talk from the UN Data Innovation Lab , Nairobi: March 2017

It’s a couple of months ago now, but Narrate’s Chief Storyteller, Tony Quinlan, was invited to talk at the fourth UN Data Innovation Learning Lab event, held in Nairobi, Kenya in March 2017. The event focused on “making data meaningful and making the invisible visible“. The video of the talk is available on YouTube here: […]

Nudging people towards latrines

Nudging people towards latrines

Nice article today on the WorldBank and its behavioural change aims – my favourite piece was this: Toilets, for example. Nowhere is open defecation more prominent than in India, where more than 600 million people have no access to a toilet. But even where proper sanitation has been installed, “people tend not to want to […]