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Facilitating brains at work

Change requires changing your mind, mental models. How do you make up your mind? And how to facilitate this in a group. I developed this story in response to a question in Quora: Does the brain take steps to react … Continue reading

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Figuring out meaning

I’ve based my approach on three starting point: “toolmaker metaphor” “relationship classifies the content” a metaphor projects the structure of concrete experiences on the same structure of abstract classes First on metaphor – literally “to carry over” or “transport”. (see … Continue reading

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Planning and the toolmaker metaphor

Again, I answered some questions on facilitating. About “keeping plans alive”. Plans (intentionally no ,) like communicating, are processes. I’ve always abided with the saying by Montgomery: “plans are nothing, planning is everything“. Planning is not about a plan, just … Continue reading

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