Responding to Ambiguity: The Adaptive Action Framework

june, 2021

07jun6:00 pm7:30 pmResponding to Ambiguity: The Adaptive Action Framework6:00 pm - 7:30 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my timeOnline event Event Organized By: Insurgent Agility

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The Adaptive Action Paradigm is a deceptively simple inspection and sense-making framework originating in Human System Dynamics. This tool can help us improve our sense-making, and forge deliberate responses in complex environments.

Designed to be operated in iterative cycles of data collection, this very flexible framework can be applied by teams, groups or individuals in an endless array of contexts!

Let’s talk about how Adaptive Action works, lenses to examine complex systems, and different ways we can apply this cool thing. Whether you’re on an Agile team, or just want help to deal with complexity, Adaptive Action is worth checking out!


About Dan:
Dan Eberle is a producer, writer, teacher, and enterprise coach at the New York Times, with nearly 30 years of experience in media and business.

Dan is the chair and principal lecturer for Agile-Lean-NYT: The New York Times Agile Community of Practice, presenting on a range of topics from practical Agile frameworks, Lean principles and management practices, to Agile-adjacent concepts like Systems Thinking and organizational design.


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