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Pattern Dynamics: Systems thinking for Three Horizons
May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+0Donation
An introduction to Pattern Dynamics by Bill Sharpe.
About the Webinar:
To bring about the changes we need in the world it is now widely recognised that we need to bring a systemic understanding to bear – a way of looking at the world that makes visible the dynamic interconnectedness of all things. However, much of the field of systems thinking does not connect with how people naturally encounter the world, and so fails to provide the support we need for transformative facilitation that engages people’s full potential.
In this webinar we will explore a way of thinking which builds on the natural awareness of pattern that informs our everyday lives. This offers a foundation for the facilitation of change in which each person finds their unique agency for the patterning of hope.
This is the fourth webinar in our 2021 Webinar series, stay tuned for more webinars to come. All proceeds from this webinar will go to funding future H3 Uni work and courses.
This webinar is hosted on Zoom, and the session will be recorded. All attendees will get access to the recording after the event has ended. We recommend participating with a high resolution screen so you can view it when the host shares their screen. Participation by mobile phone is not recommended.
About the host:
The webinar is led by Bill Sharpe, H3Uni’s Senior Research Fellow. Bill specialises in futures work where science and technology plays a role, and undertakes bespoke projects in business strategy and public policy. He is Visiting Professor at the Digital Cultures Research Centre in the University of West England where he researches new ways to understand human and social value and how it arises in our interaction with technology.
Bill works with colleagues in the International Futures Forum and H3Uni to pioneer new approaches to futures, systems thinking, and transformative innovation for one planet living. He acts as mentor to Leaders’ Quest and the Future Stewards partnership and he is the author of Three Horizons: the patterning of hope and Economies of Life: patterns of health and wealth.