October: Knowledge management, Sense-making & Complexity (59 min)
AusTTA Talking Transformation. Interview of Dave Snowden
September: Sense-making & Complexity (62 min)
Dave Snowden being interviewed by Rebel Wisdom's David Fuller - perhaps the most comprehensive & professionally produced of all Dave's recent recorded introductions to Naturalising Sense-Making and Anthro-complexity
July: Human Resources Bullshit (79 min)
Dave Snowden recounting anecdotes savaging the short-sighted, bureaucratic and autocratic world of HR and providing insight into the kinds of skill development which help individuals use their attunement to what gets left unsaid (and informal networks) to get on amid dysfunctional practices.
March: Agile to agility Episode #7 video (54 min)
Talk between Dave Snowden and Miljan Bajic.
February: FirstHuman.com Episode #149 video (1 h 27 m)
Talk with Dave Snowden covering – The latest (and final) incarnation of Cynefin® – Snowden vs Taleb, Snowden vs Stacey – Sense-making unpacked – Slaying fluffy bunnies.
Agile20Reflect (32 mins)
TedX (18 mins)
TEDx talk by Dave Snowden covers basics of complexity, the childrens' party story and material on citizen engagement through young people.
Welsh Leadership event(1hr 11mins)
Dave Snowden covering Cynefin® and SenseMaker®
Risk and Resilience Cognitive Edge (10 mins)
Dave Snowden introduces the Cynefin® Framework with a brief explanation of its origin and evolution and a detailed discussion of its architecture and function.
The Children's Party Story introduces the nature of systems and complexity through the use of a simple metaphor that resonates widely. One of the key learning stories from Cognitive Edge.
Mavericks and accidents, not experts, are responsible for many advances in society and organisations. Dave Snowden warns that in complex situations, experts can fall victim to their own thinking, and fail to see innovative solutions to novel problems.
Apollo13 Discussion for Innovation (2 mins)
A common mistake in management today is to confuse creativity and innovation. There are three necessary but not sufficient conditions for innovation starvation, pressure and perspective shift. This idea is illustrated in this video using the story of Apollo 13.