On January 22, I was part of a Tamarack Institute webinar with my friend and colleague, Elayne Greeley. Our topic was Working in Complexity, a Case for Upside Down Thinking. I have been doing a lot of thinking about thinking and in particular about how to create cognitive tools we can use to help community practitioners not only work with complex issues and challenges but also undertake efforts of transformational change.
I have written before on my blog about Upside Down Thinking and given a number of workshops on the topic as well. The webinar allowed me to have further reach and engagement with colleagues across the nation, which I am grateful to Tamarack for.
The recording is below if you care to take a gander.