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LSE Complexity Research Programme: Leadership and Complexity

Being just around the corner from The London School of Economics, I signed up quickly when this event popped up in David Gurteen’s events feed. Hosted by Prof. Eve Mitleton-Kelly who founded the LSE’s complexity Research programme, the afternoon featured presentations from Prof. Sue Richards and Lynne Sedgemore. I’d expected to see more familiar faces, though I recognised Ed Rosen from South Bank University from Gurteen Knowledge Cafés. Prof. Richards spoke about her … Continue reading LSE Complexity Research Programme: Leadership and Complexity »




Cognitive Edge accreditation – Day 2

Day two and I am on schedule, catching the 6:42am train and settling down with an episode of “Cold Case”. The journey is trouble-free and I collect a coffee en route to the London Wetlands Centre which looks cheerier under blue skies. Social Network Stimulation The morning session begins with some commentary on natural numbers – 5 (7 +/- 2) the number of items you … Continue reading Cognitive Edge accreditation – Day 2 »




Cognitive Edge accreditation – Day 1

Day one of the accreditation course dawns overcast but not cold. Up at 5:00am, I find my 6:45am train actually leaves at 6:42am, so I miss it despite running all the way to the station – which is noticeably further to run now we’ve moved house. I lament not having organised everything the night before when I was occupied by the German parents group celebrating … Continue reading Cognitive Edge accreditation – Day 1 »