Tag: context-space

“Please don’t touch the touchscreen”

A bleakly-amusing example of what can go wrong when we focus too much on the technology rather than the whole context… “Please don’t touch the touchscreen” – okay, they didn’t actually say that, but in practice it’s pretty close. And some

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Context-space mapping and the Chaotic domain

(This series of posts explores a concept of ‘context-space’ which in part draws on a categorisation immortalised in a certain well-known diagram. It must be emphasised that this is not about ‘That Welsh Framework‘ (aka twf) which that diagram illustrates: for details on twf,

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Context-space mapping and enterprise-architecture

(This series of posts explores a concept of ‘problem-space’ versus ‘solution-space’ which in part demonstrates alternative uses and interpretations of the Simple / Complicated / Complex / Chaotic categorisation originally described in the Cynefin diagram. It must be emphasised that

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