The progress on the Systems Changes research program was described at 67th monthly meeting of Systems Thinking Ontario. The abstract read:
Systems Changes: Attention, Errors, Traps
David Ing will continue exploring Systems Changes, with three perspectives.
- Attention (i.e. attentionality c.f. intentionality, and cognitivism);
- Errors (with the ignorance map); and
- Traps (e.g. poverty traps, rigidity traps, and five elements theory).
These directions are to be shared in an open conversation, checking for resonance with the audience.
Attendees were provided with a hardcopy printout (2 sides of a page), with the map projected on the large screen:
After covering the front side of the page, the three videos on the back side were played;
After a group discussion, the meeting closed out with some more exploratory work on "Science based on naturalist philosophy (implicit logic)".
The day after the presentation, David Ing had a in-person review with Kelly Okamura, motivating some additional revisions to be done for the CANSEE meeting.
These drawings were created using draw.io, with source files cached on a folder on Google Drive.