Organizational sensemaking is not an established body of knowledge; it is a developing set of ideas drawn from a range of disciplines (e.g., cognitive psychology, social psychology, communication studies, and cultural analysis) concerning a particular way to approach organization studies. Central to the sensemaking perspective… Read More
Brexit day has come. The UK is leaving the EU.
I am reading the DFID Education Policy Get Children Learning 2018 . The document lays out the principles and priorities of DFID’s policy in the education sector. The word system is used 73 times in the document. Nine times in the key messages section in… Read More
Every year I travel a couple of times north to the city of Oulu to give a class on development theories to the master students at the Faculty of Education at the University. The master course is part of the work of the interdisciplinary research… Read More
A great blog by Matt Andrews that summarises one of the key tools of Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA) ‘Although the benefits of experimental iteration in a PDIA process seem very apparent to most people we work with, we often hear that many development organizations… Read More