Pushing in Both Directions

For all of the talk of liminal thinking and self reflection a lot of this written here is about technology, and innovation. Using tools in new ways, and building concoctions of tools not used before.

To get more specific, I see this as a triangulation of (1) pushing the tools quantitively, (2) pushing the humans qualitatively and (3) conversing both on the system level.

When all we do is push on the quant side we propagate biases, miss on the benefits of diversity and suffer the industrialist side effects of brute force computation. Also pushing ethnography, to not only read humans, but also write.

Bridging coaching, organizational design and ethnography, with innovation, computer science and agile development — all wrapped in a system design and complexity science envelope.

Published by Nitzan

I am a designer, writer and strategist with interest in machine learning, liminal thinking and complexity science. In my commercial work I help companies build innovative tools, design better qualitative processes, and lead that human machine collaboration with complexity in mind.

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