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In the moments between watching and re-watching the Olympic Opening Ceremony in thepast 48 hours, I’ve been reading No Straight Lines: Making Sense of Our Non-Linear Worldby Alan Moore. Alan presents the current array of economic and social problems as a kindof design challenge, where what is being redesigned is the organisation of society as awhole. Insanely ambitious, but I rather like that. In sum: “Imagine the impossible, then createit.” Our hero Danny Boyle would agree.Diane Coyle, BBC Trustee, Economist, author of The Economics of Enough, The Soulful Science.REVIEWS
‘Anyone worried about where business is going in today’s chaotic world – andeveryone concerned with where it should be going – must read No StraightLines. Alan Moore has captured what is happening, but more importantlyprovides prescriptions for what individuals, companies, and society should doabout it to create a better world’.– B Joseph Pine II, Co-author, The Experience Economy and Infinite PossibilityREVIEWS
Anyone who is interested in the future, interested in how our aspirations towork in a way that satisfies our creative intent and frankly, anyone who has aninterest in the true nature of happiness – should read this important book.Tim Smit Co-founder and CEO The Eden Project
The BBC Radio interviews with Peter Day. His favourite soundbite.Industrial organisationsinappropriate for thetime we live inhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mdl67http://www.no-straight-lines.com/home/videos/
People sent in photo’s of No Straight Lines on theirbook shelves. So thanks to all of you that did that.Creative and generous!
Dawn DanbyUffe UlbeakArjan PostmaDavid ScholtzLouise Jacobsen
Heavy Metal Design Day – challenging the contexts ofdesign October 30th at Radical Design Week was the daydedicated to heavy metal design and innovation. Invited werestudents and practioners of design, engineering andeconomics to a design seminar at Museum of ContemporaryArt Shanghai in the heart of People’s Parkhttp://www.radicaldesignweek.com/index.php/archives/4770
Briefings for many companies at board level on thecomplexity and challenges of a non-linear world
A powerful learning field for participants to re-design for radical business & organisational transformationWe ran our first transformation LAB.http://www.no-straight-lines.com/transformation-labs/
Enterprising Futures: Exploring EnterpriseModels for the 21st Century @ Schumacherhttp://ht.ly/ggzrE
and thanks to everyone that helped the nsl project in 2012
Want to thrive in a non-linear world? Link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/garryknight/4945365870/ Published under a CC license: Attribution: With A Laptop By A Wall – Garry KnightGive us a sign either by phone, mail, tweetor use the web booking form.Phone: +44 (0)7768 364 538email: email@example.com: alansmlxlSTORE: http://www.no-straight-lines.com/store/LABS: www.no-straight-lines.com/transformation-labs/ | www.no-straight-lines.com | 2013 |