Kumu is a great online tool for making dynamic diagrams of systems, stakeholders and social networks. Here’s what I learned from using Kumu for a large system map of over 1100 cause-effect connections between 550 elements:
One of the findings from my Master’s Research Project was this framework for planning a systems-modelling project with a good balance between the scope to be covered, and the time and other capacities available from the modelling team:
Yesterday I placed third in the Three Minute Thesis public speaking competition at OCAD University. I just started my Master’s Research Project in January, so it was an accomplishment to be able to explain it as follows: Continue reading →
These energy bars are vegan, high fibre, and deliver a lot of protein, with an unusual flavour. The recipe was developed as “ration bars” to dramatize a potential climate-change scenario in which all ingredients must be grown in Canada. But these are tasty even without such restrictions. The toasted millet gives them a delicate crunch. Continue reading →
Until recently, most of my consulting work has been intended to bring order from chaos. I analyzed the processes and information of large organizations, and applied dozens of modelling techniques to enable automation and integration.
Yesterday I took on a facilitation challenge with my Master’s degree classmates. We used some interesting frameworks and tools to develop a leadership, culture, capabilities and change agenda for our temporary consulting firm of 4 classmates.