Changes

over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, founder of the field of HSD, will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quarter we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

#1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond See the slides in the attachments below.

#2 - November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

#3 - December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

#4 - January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

#5 - February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

#6 - March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

#7 - April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

#8 - May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

#9 - June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#10 - July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

#11 - August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

#12 - September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#13 - October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

#14 - November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

#15 - December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, founder of the field of HSD, will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quarter we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

#1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond #1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond See the slides in the attachments below.

#2 - November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

#3 - December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

#4 - January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

#5 - February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

#6 - March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

#7 - April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

#8 - May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

#9 - June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#10 - July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

#11 - August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

#12 - September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#13 - October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

#14 - November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

#15 - December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

Vision Video

by Glenda Eoyang
If you saw how your future blossomed from the bud of today and was fed by the memories of yesterday, you would not feel exhausted and helpless in the shadow of an imagined, but impossible, vision. Instead, you would:
• Use every opportunity to notice and influence the world around you.
• See each pattern as a possibility.
• Engage in reflective practice in response to personal and professional challenges.
• Listen, in every moment, for unfolding options for action.
• Pay attention to surprise.
• Tell your story—and listen to others’—with curiosity and intention.
• Use all the adaptive capacity you possess and develop more every day.

A vision video is a way to capture a picture of the future so you make choices today to create your best tomorrow.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions. Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, founder of the field of HSD, will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quarter we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

#1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond

#2 - November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

#3 - December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

#4 - January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

#5 - February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

#6 - March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

#7 - April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

#8 - May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

#9 - June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#10 - July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

#11 - August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

#12 - September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#13 - October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

#14 - November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

#15 - December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

HSD Theory of Change

by Royce Holladay
The Loopy Diagram demonstrates the connections between 1) the self-organizing environment; 2) Adaptive Action of a practitioner, 3) the models and methods available. Each loop shows how change in one affects changes in the others. A smooth-running Loopy Diagram is an adaptive system, but any one of the four loops can be stuck. When a problem solving situation isn't working, one of the loops is stuck. Ask which one, take steps to clear it out, and move on to new and more productive cycles of reflection and action.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

#1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond

#2 - November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

#3 - December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

#4 - January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

#5 - February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

#6 - March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

#7 - April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

#8 - May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

#9 - June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#10 - July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

#11 - August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

#12 - September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

#13 - October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

#14 - November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

#15 - December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways. In HSD, we function according to a set of simple rules that guides our decision making and interactions.
* Teach and learn in every interaction.
* Give and get value for value.
* Seek the true and the useful.
* Attend to the whole, the part, and the greater whole.
* Share your HSD story.
* Engage in joyful practice.

To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (@GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (@rjholladay) on Twitter. To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (@ GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (@ rjholladay) on Twitter.

This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways. Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways. In HSD, we function according to a set of simple rules that guides our decision making and interactions.
* Teach and learn in every interaction.
* Give and get value for value.
* Seek the true and the useful.
* Attend to the whole, the part, and the greater whole.
* Share your HSD story.
* Engage in joyful practice.


To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (rjholladay) on Twitter.
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This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:
To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (@GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (@rjholladay) on Twitter.

This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond #1 - October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond

* November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence #2 - November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

* December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen #3 - December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

* January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity #4 - January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

* February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage #5 - February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

* March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users #6 - March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

* April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can #7 - April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

* May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation #8 - May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

* June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting #9 - June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege #10 - July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

* August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game #11 - August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

* September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting #12 - September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value #13 - October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

* November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement #14 - November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House #15 - December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond

* November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

* December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

* January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

* February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

* March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

* April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

* May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

* June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

* August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

* September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

* November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Download .pdf file of the schedule below.
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay

Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

EVENT? -- See the schedule below

TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond| * October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond

* November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

* December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen

* January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity

* February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage

* March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users

* April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can

* May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation

* June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege

* August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game

* September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting

* October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value

* November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement

* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below - All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time) EVENT? -- See the schedule below

Cost? FREE TIMES? -- All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org COST? -- FREE

Registration? -- Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below - All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012 Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
* October 18, 2012 -- Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012 -- Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 -- Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 -- Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 -- Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 -- HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 -- Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 -- The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 -- Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 -- Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 -- Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 -- Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 -- Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 -- Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below Event? See the schedule below - All times are 11am - 12 noon (Central Time)

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 >>>>><<<<< 11 am - 12noon (CDT) >>>>><<<<<Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012>>>>><<<<< 11 am - 12noon (CST) >>>>><<<<<Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* |December 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)| Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
* October 18, 2012 Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012 Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 HSD Institute Annual Meeting Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE
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* |October 18, 2012 |11 am - 12noon (CDT)| Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* |November 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)|Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

* October 18, 2012 >>>>><<<<< 11 am - 12noon (CDT) >>>>><<<<<Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012>>>>><<<<< 11 am - 12noon (CST) >>>>><<<<<Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence

* |December 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)| Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE
table{border:1px solid black}.
* |October 18, 2012 |11 am - 12noon (CDT)| Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)|Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)| Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
* |November 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)|Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* |December 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)| Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House * December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond
* November 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
* |October 18, 2012 |11 am - 12noon (CDT)| Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond|
* November 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)|Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012|11 am - 12noon (CST)| Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House

Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions. Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

See the schedule below Event? See the schedule below

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

SCHEDULE

* October 18, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond
* November 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below
Cost? FREE
Registration? "Sign up here":mail to: info@hsdinstitute.org
See the schedule below

Cost? FREE

Registration? Sign up by contacting us at info@hsdinstitute.org

* October 18, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond
* November 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
* January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
* February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
* March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting

Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
* April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
* May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
* June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
* August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
* September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
* October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
* November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
* December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world. Each month, Glenda Eoyang, creator of the field of HSD will share insights and perspectives about applying HSD in a number of areas. Once each quartern we invite HSD Associates to share their work and insights about using Adaptive Action. These promise to be lively and interesting sessions.

Event? See the schedule below
Cost? FREE
Registration? "Sign up here":mail to: info@hsdinstitute.org

* October 18, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond
* November 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world.
* October 18 11 am - 12noon (CDT)
* November 6
* October 18, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Adaptability: Don't Just React - Repsond
* November 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Leadership Capacity: See, Understand, Influence
* December 6, 2012 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associate & Friends Annual Virtual Open House
Glenda Eoyang, Jennifer Schuster-Jaeger, Maureen Smith, Kristine Quade and Barbara Iversen
January 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Implementation: Choose Fit Over Fidelity
February 7, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Personnel Supervision: Engage to Manage
March 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) HSD Institute Annual Meeting
Glenda Eoyang and Panel of Adaptive Action Users
April 4, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Team Performance: Yes We Can
May 9, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) The Alchemy of Tomorrow: Turn Conflict Into Conversation
June 6, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
July 11, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Diversity: Leverage Patterns of Power and Privilege
August 1, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Entrepreneurship: Play the Infinite Game
September 12, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Quarterly Associates and Friends Meeting
October 10, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CDT) Accountability: Deliver Unexpected Value
November 14, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Resilience: Adapt, Redesign, Implement
December 5, 2013 11 am - 12noon (CST) Associates and Friends Annual Virtual Open House
over 7 years ago

Live Virtual Workshops 2013

by Royce Holladay
Join us for monthly conversation about the power of Adaptive Action to change the world.
* October 18 11 am - 12noon (CDT)
* November 6
over 7 years ago

Home

by Royce Holladay

Welcome to the HSD Institute Wiki


This site is built for you:
* To find resources and supports for your exploration and inquiry into Human Systems Dynamics (HSD);. If you want to build capacity to adapt to turbulent change--either for yourself or for others, please use whatever you find here that helps. Our intellectual property policy states that anyone is welcome to use any of the materials or images they find here, with just two requests or obligations. First we ask that you cite the source appropriately. Second, we ask that, as you learn more by using the models and methods, you contribute back to the learning of the whole network by sharing it here or in other venues.

* To share your learning with others in the HSD Associates' network as well as the larger circle of friends and colleagues. If you are an Associate, we invite you to add your thoughts and insights to this on-going conversation. If you have not logged on to edit in the past and need the pass code, please email Royce to get it.

We appreciate the community of complexity scholars and practitioners who have contributed enormously to the founding and continuing evolution of HSD. We also recognize the power and richness of our network of over 300 certified Human Systems Dynamics Professional Associates who use HSD to address a variety of sticky issues in diverse environments.

Models and Methods

Models, Methods, Concepts, and Topics


The site is organized to allow easy access to any of the pages. Just scroll down this page and choose whichever image interests you and click on the link. You will be taken to a page that provides a brief explanation of the topic, along with resources that have been created to support the topic.

pages. Models


over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways.

To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda--@GlendaEoyang--and/or Royce--@rjholladay on Twitter. To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (rjholladay) on Twitter.
.
This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways.

To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (rjholladay) on Twitter. To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda--@GlendaEoyang--and/or Royce--@rjholladay on Twitter.
.
This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways.

To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (@GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (@rjholladay) on Twitter. To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (rjholladay) on Twitter.
.
This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways.

To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda on Twitter at Follow @GlendaEoyang or join Royce (@rjholladay). To learn the latest about what’s happening with HSD, join Glenda (@GlendaEoyang) and/or Royce (@rjholladay) on Twitter.
.
This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

About

by Royce Holladay
What is Human Systems Dynamics?
Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) is an emerging field of theory and practice that uses principles from complex adaptive systems to inform action in any social context. The study and application of the principles of HSD help build adaptive capacity in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities as they look for ways to live and work together in sustainable ways.

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This site is organized to help you know what HSD is and what it has to offer you in your own journey to build and sustain healthy, resilient relationships at work, at home, and in your communities:

* "HSD Core":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/hsd_core
Human Systems Dynamics is a growing and emergent field of study that touches on a wide range of ways to see, understand, and influence patterns of interaction and decision making at all scales of human systems. At its core, however, are a very few, very powerful concepts that frame this new paradigm of thought an action. You can learn about the HSD core concepts and their applications in human systems. This section includes a glossary and links to other online resources that will help you learn about HSD, as well as the HSD Institute and all it has to offer.

* "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges
Our clients face huge challenges as they navigate today’s turbulent landscapes. They are overwhelmed by the diversity of thought, culture, opportunities, barriers, and human potential that faces them everyday. They stand against forces from multiple sources inside and outside their organizations—even as their own decisions have impact in places and ways beyond that they think they can know and control. Finally they work in a constant stream of data, information, and feedback that contributes to their learning and to the complexity of the work they face every day. Based on our combined years of consulting and service in public and private sectors, we defined this list of challenges that emerge as our clients have struggled to build organizational capacity for dealing with their organizational and professional challenges. Check out the "Challenges":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/challenges page to see a list of the basic challenges we work with clients to address. Each link then takes you to a page of specific information that explains how we see the challenge play itself out in human systems, a list of tasks for leaders who want to meet that challenge, a list of core capacities necessary for accomplishing those tasks, and a list of models and methods we associate more specifically with that particular challenge. As you move from one challenge to another, you will recognize the overlap in capacities and models and methods.


* "Arenas of HSD Practice":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/arenas_of_practice
One of the gifts HSD offers is its unique ability to explain underlying dynamics of human interaction. This has played itself out in two key ways as practitioners and professionals from around the world have come to use HSD in their work. First, HSD has contributed to highly effective practice in many different areas of practice and academic study. HSD Professionals come from a variety of field and sectors. The Practices page cites and explains a number of ways HSD principles show up in these rich and varied areas.

* "Applications":http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/applications
Second, HSD helps us understand how a number of interventions and programs work, providing us with a more powerful path for inquiry and intervention. Associates who have been trained in HSD also use a number of useful and powerful interventions as tools for understanding and shaping patterns in systems. The Applications page links you to a number of those tools and describes how they are used to build adaptive capacity.
over 7 years ago

Home

by Royce Holladay

Welcome to the HSD Institute Wiki


This site is built for you:
* To find resources and supports for your exploration and inquiry into Human Systems Dynamics (HSD);. If you want to build capacity to adapt to turbulent change--either for yourself or for others, please use whatever you find here that helps. Our intellectual property policy states that anyone is welcome to use any of the materials or images they find here, with just two requests or obligations. First we ask that you cite the source appropriately. Second, we ask that, as you learn more by using the models and methods, you contribute back to the learning of the whole network by sharing it here or in other venues.

* To share your learning with others in the HSD Associates' network as well as the larger circle of friends and colleagues. If you are an Associate, we invite you to add your thoughts and insights to this on-going conversation. If you have not logged on to edit in the past and need the pass code, please email Royce to get it.

We express our appreciation to the community of complexity scholars and practitioners who have contributed enormously to the founding and continuing evolution of HSD. We also recognize the power and richness of our network of over 300 certified Human Systems Dynamics Professional Associates who use HSD to address a variety of sticky issues in diverse environments. We appreciate the community of complexity scholars and practitioners who have contributed enormously to the founding and continuing evolution of HSD. We also recognize the power and richness of our network of over 300 certified Human Systems Dynamics Professional Associates who use HSD to address a variety of sticky issues in diverse environments.

Models and Methods


The site is organized to allow easy access to any of the models and methods. Just scroll down this page and choose whichever image interests you and click on the link. You will be taken to a page that briefly explains the model/method and offers other additional resources that have been created to support its use. The site is organized to allow easy access to any of the pages. Just scroll down this page and choose whichever image interests you and click on the link. You will be taken to a page that provides a brief explanation of the topic, along with resources that have been created to support the topic.

pages. Models


over 7 years ago

Home

by Royce Holladay

Welcome to the HSD Institute Wiki


This site is built for you:
* To find resources and supports for your exploration and inquiry into Human Systems Dynamics (HSD);
* To share your learning with others in the HSD Associates' network as well as the larger circle of friends and colleagues
* To find resources and supports for your exploration and inquiry into Human Systems Dynamics (HSD);. If you want to build capacity to adapt to turbulent change--either for yourself or for others, please use whatever you find here that helps. Our intellectual property policy states that anyone is welcome to use any of the materials or images they find here, with just two requests or obligations. First we ask that you cite the source appropriately. Second, we ask that, as you learn more by using the models and methods, you contribute back to the learning of the whole network by sharing it here or in other venues.

Our Invitation to You


If you want to build capacity to adapt to turbulent change--either for yourself or for others, please use whatever you find here that helps. Our intellectual property policy states that anyone is welcome to use any of the materials or images they find here, with just two requests or obligations. First we ask that you cite the source appropriately. Second, we ask that, as you learn more by using the models and methods, you contribute back to the learning of the whole network by sharing it here or in other venues.
* To share your learning with others in the HSD Associates' network as well as the larger circle of friends and colleagues. If you are an Associate, we invite you to add your thoughts and insights to this on-going conversation. If you have not logged on to edit in the past and need the pass code, please email Royce to get it.

If you are an Associate, we invite you to add your thoughts and insights to this on-going conversation. If you have not logged on to edit in the past and need the pass code, please email Royce to get it. We express our appreciation to the community of complexity scholars and practitioners who have contributed enormously to the founding and continuing evolution of HSD. We also recognize the power and richness of our network of over 300 certified Human Systems Dynamics Professional Associates who use HSD to address a variety of sticky issues in diverse environments.

We want to express our appreciation to the community of complexity scholars and practitioners who have contributed enormously to the founding and continuing evolution of HSD. We also recognize the power and richness of our network of over 300 certified Human Systems Dynamics Professional Associates who use HSD to address a variety of sticky issues in diverse environments.

Models and Methods


The site is organized to allow easy access to any of the models and methods. Just scroll down this page and choose whichever image interests you and click on the link. You will be taken to a page that briefly explains the model/method and offers other additional resources that have been created to support its use.

pages. Models