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Cognitive Edge training with Dave Snowden

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 29, 2006
Filed in Anecdotes, Collaboration

Mark and I just returned from spending the last two days at the Cognitive Edge accreditation program run by Dave Snowden. Dave was in great form, …

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A lens into Social Networks Analysis and Sensemaking

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 22, 2006
Filed in News

I’ve recently created a squidoo lens around the popular topic of Social Network Analysis and Sensemaking. You can find my lens here: Social Network Analysis …

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Upcoming free seminars on Social Network Analysis and Sensemaking

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 20, 2006
Filed in Events

With the current buzz around social network analysis, you might be interested in coming to one of our free seminars. Our approach, is new and …

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Getting your survey questions tuned

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 13, 2006
Filed in Fun

It seems to me that the word ‘survey’ is often clumped together with other words like ‘mother-in law’,‘cane toad’, ‘pestilence’ and maybe even ‘microsoft’. For all …

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The unconferencing meme resurfaces

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 8, 2006
Filed in Communication

Late last year I pulled together a few threads around the popular meme of unconferencing. Unconferencing is back with this post on How to DIY …

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It’s about what we say no to

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 7, 2006
Filed in Anecdotes

My first blog post ever was around the improv principle of “Say Yes”. I suggested that: “…it is often when we “Say Yes” that we …

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Interested in Visual Complexity?

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 7, 2006
Filed in Collaboration

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Last chance for early birds!

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 6, 2006
Filed in Events

Today is an auspicious day, for those who are superstitious 6–6–6 might have some particular meaning…. If you’re not superstitious, that’s ok, but today is …

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Shopping for Hexies?

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —June 1, 2006
Filed in News

Hexies sure are popular these days. We have just made shopping for Hexies easier. You can now buy ‘postage paid in Australia’ packs of hexies directly from …

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Hexies Post-it Notes are Better

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —May 12, 2006
Filed in Employee Engagement

One of the narrative techniques we use involves identifying the characters, topics and behaviours from a collection of transcribed anecdotes. This process usually involves groups writing …

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