Creating Sticky Networks

It seems that the recipe for creating networks that reduce social inequalities may also be the one that helps create ‘stickier’, more robust knowledge translation networks as well.

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Scientific Discovery, Innovation, Creativity and How We’re Killing It

The structure of research funding and lack of support for young scientists is killing off opportunities to attract the best and brightest into the field and promote innovation. The reasons innovation is in trouble and science is becoming a hazardous career choice is explored.

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Thinking: Why the Word Matters to Systems and Design

Thinking is a worthwhile term connected to ‘systems’ and ‘design’. New ways of visioning the systems we live in and how they are designed requires new ways of thinking and while it seemed funny at first, the use of the term ‘thinking’ seems more appropriate than ever to fit to both design and systems.

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Social (non) Sense-making

What is true in the world of social media and decision making is a matter of interpretation. However that interpretation, often off-loaded to others in crowdsourcing models, might not work well when strong ties are needed to foster quality decisions.

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