Sensemaking for Cities: Conflict and Complexity

Sensemaking for Cities: Conflict and Complexity
Recording: Sensemaking for Cities: Conflict and Complexity, Mar 12, 2018

Speakers

Keil Eggers

KU Center for Public Partnerships and Research

Angela Hanson

OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation

Dave Snowden

Cynefin Centre for Applied Complexity

City Hall must navigate competing priorities while sitting at the intersection of complex, deep-seated conflicts that evade simple solutions. The interactive session introduces an innovative approach to civic engagement to capture citizens’ voices and identify patterns that can be used to resolve structural conflicts and build more equitable cities. By developing human sensor networks, city governments can overcome partisan politics and revolutionize their role in addressing systemic problems.

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Primary Entry: Music Badge, Platinum Badge, Film Badge, Interactive Badge
Format: Panel
Event Type: Session
Level: Intermediate