A Complexity-based Plan for Evaluating Transformation

Jonny Morell

I’m looking for a critique on any or all parts of a draft of this article. Three constructs from Complexity Science are employed – sensitive dependence, emergence, and social attractors. The paper concludes with an explanation of why if –>then logic is recommended for small-scale change within transformation efforts, but that to evaluate transformation writ large, data from ifàthen evaluation must be embedded in, and interpreted in terms of, complex behavior. The argument is linked to a definition of transformation that is multidimensional, non-linear, characterized by two different kinds of tipping points, and measurable. If you are interested, please send me an email and I’ll send you a copy.

Thanks to all in advance.

Jonny Morell

jamorell@jamorell.com  blog  YouTube.

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