One Plus One Equals?
One Plus One Equals? is an endeavor to create a set of reconfigurable pearls of systems understanding, knowledge and wisdom, which others can reconfigure as learning sequences as meets the needs of the target audience. Please provide feedback via the associated LinkedIn discussion. Closely related to this are the Enabling a Systems Thinking World and Systems Thinking Maturity Model efforts.
- The next time the video recorded include:
- Right click on main though to expand or contract all nodes in mind map
- Use SystemsWikiMap directly rather than ever going directly to SystemsWiki.org
- Click on Systems Image to display Main Page
- Reminder that all models are available online for others to interact with
- About Systems Thinking World
- One Plus One Equals? IM-1551
- Category:One Plus One Equals?
- SystemsWikiMap Wiki Page
- SystemsWikiMap Run Program
The following are considered to be boundary conditions for the One Plus One Equals? environment as it is implemented.
- The environment where the content is hosted has to make it very easy to implement and update
- Needs to be able to handle hundreds or thousands of components
- The hosted content has to be indexable by all the major search engines
- Network navigation has to be generated on they fly and it seems that [wiki.org/index.php?title=SystemsWikiMap SWMap] may just do that
- If you do a search and it doesn't hit a direct page match then it will do a search based on what you entered and create a map based on the search results
The embedded comap surface the current state of development of the One Plus One Equals? process as well as the content that is currently under development. Please provide feedback via the Systemic Perspective - Evolving Thoughts LinkedIn discussion.
- Systems Thinking World Videos
- Ontology is Overrated: Categories, Links, and Tags by Clay Shirky
- Video Development Notes
- Visual Thinking Processes by Jack Ring
- Math Maturity Model from Geoff McDonnell
- A System Dynamics Skills Inventory by Gordon Kubanek. "The Systems Worldview" section seems most relevant.
- Rubrics from Waters Foundation Systems Thinking in Schools Project
Systems Thinking World Discussions
Systems Thinking World Q&A * Gene Bellinger