A-Z of Clean
A series of 1-hour conversations during which we'll explore key terms used in Symbolic Modelling, Systemic Modelling, Clean Space and Emergent Knowledge. Before each workshop, we'll publish a blog post on the topic, which will be useful preparation for the workshop.
During each conversation, we'll interview leading thinkers in the field who have expertise in the terms we're exploring.... incuding similarities and differences in their thinking. There'll be a chance for you to ask questions and to explore your own thinking as well. The idea is to raise our awareness of all our thinking around the use of the different terms we use, to clarify any misunderstandings and build knowledge around these topics.
The second workshop is on the topic of Binds and you can read the blog post on this here.
The workshops will be recorded and if you sign up, you will receive the recording, even if you aren't able to make it to the session.
Frequently asked questions
What is Symbolic Modelling?
Symbolic Modelling was created by Penny Tompkins and James Lawley when they worked with and observed David Grove over several years, to discover what he was doing to achieve his phenomenal results. They combined David’s ideas with ideas from the fields of cognitive linguistics, systems thinking and NLP to produce a model which could be taught to others to enable them to achieve the same kinds of results as David.
What is Systemic Modelling?
Systemic Modelling is an approach for supporting groups to use clean questions and metaphor models to better understand one another and to develop the skills and capability to collaborate meaningfully.
I attended the first event on Adjacency in this A-Z series and for me it was an excellent event: crisp, nourishing, inspiring, instructional. The set up drew me out of my "normal environment" and I became absorbed by the topic. The dialogue form transported let me know that there are many ways / perspectives to look at adjacency – there’s no single simple universal definition. The anecdotes helped to grasp the idea and made it much more understandable. And being able to view the video recording later helped me to get even more insights.Frank