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Patterns of wholeness an exploration 1.0

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An exploration of what it means to create "in situ" or in place where you become the location for emergence to play.

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Patterns of wholeness an exploration 1.0

1. 1. Patterns of Wholeness We are not in charge of Creation; it is in charge of us.
2. 2. Three Ways to Relate to Change Static Point A to point B Don’t care what happens in between Main problem: Resistance Solution: Push harder Examples: • Project Management • Manufacturing • “Waterfall” Software Dev • Grocery shopping Dynamic Follow smooth path Know initial and predict end point Main problem: Disruption Solution: Look for what went “wrong”; blame Examples: • Strategic Planning • “Agile” Software Dev • Team sports Dynamical Tension and release Change at one scale bursts through Main problem: Unpredictability Solution: Watch for patterns Examples: • “Aha’s” in learning • Innovation • Economic collapse • Arab Spring • Spontaneous group laughter © 2013. HSD Institute. Plan and Control ------------------------------------------------------ Anticipate and Influence Mechanistic: everything is separate Old Story New Story Alive: everything is interdependent
3. 3. Simple rules “run” dynamical systems Four Simple Rules (Patterns): • Separation: steer to avoid crowding local flock mates. • Alignment: steer towards the average heading of local flock mates. • Cohesion: steer to move toward the average position of local flock mates. • Avoid Obstacles: move away from predator birds. What forces are influencing this system? Blender predator prey simulation with boids particle system. Fioramonti Ennio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN8DzlgMt3M
4. 4. Dominant Patterns we see now… Patterns we want to see more of… Greed Generosity Self-centeredness Whole-ness Thoughtlessness Care Blame Adaptive capacity Influencing Patterns Simple Rules Simple Rules of the Current Economy Simple Rules for a Balancing Economy Consume more than we need Produce more than we need Exploit advantage for personal gain Share advantage Take care of own interests Take care of our interests Strive for more Strive for balance Reward power above time and effort contribution Reward contribution Avoid responsibility Take responsibility Accuse others when things go “wrong” Turn judgment into curiosity CreatingaBalancingEconomy © 2013. HSD Institute. Working with Dynamical Change
5. 5. “A finite game is played for the purpose of wining. An infinite game for the purpose of continuing to play.” ― James Carse from Finite and Infinite Games: A Vision of Life as Play and Possibility.
6. 6. Finite vs. Infinite Games James Carse, “Finite and Infinite Games: A Vision of Life as Play and Possibility” Water cycleFamilies Team Sports 2 player games Individual games Music 7
7. 7. The Fibonacci Sequence: dynamical, simple rules and infinite variety https://vimeo.com/9953368
8. 8. Everything alive is a dynamic, infinite game  Meaning is shared  Internal tension is reduced  Actions and sub-systems are aligned with system-wide intentionality  Patterns are repeated across scales and in different parts of the system  A minimum amount of energy of the system is dissipated through internal interactions  Parts of the system function in complementary ways
9. 9. The Act of Creation Where did the song come from? https://www.youtube.com/atch?v=BytUY_AwTUs
10. 10. Organizational Patterns human scale – evolutionary – value driven Toria Thompson 303-746-3161 toria@organizationalpatterns.com The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper. -- W.B. Yeats