Why investigate system responses?

May 27, 2007 § 3 Comments

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Humans and collectives thereof can be perceived to use one of four ways of dealing with aiming for and shooting at targets. Depending on what product is required of a system to solve a particular problem, we need to pick one of these aiming and shooting stances as agreed upon way of getting “somewhere” and we also need such awareness for each and every problem or obstacle we will meet underway.

This is an associative teaching tool …

Focusing presentations

June 2, 2006 § Leave a comment

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In Powerful presentations I stepped back. Here I step back even further for a first entry on patterning, pacing, timing, and focusing of presentations.
The Greek spent a lot of time learning effective presentations. Perhaps I can learn something from these ancients?

Experiential (action based) learning

July 21, 2005 § Leave a comment

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Many using experiential or action based learning have read ‘Experiential Learning: Experience as the source of learning and development’ by David Kolb.

First published in 1984, his ideas have had a dramatic impact on the design and development of lifelong learning models.

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