Resilience: early stage #WorkingOutLoud

I am working on a new idea around resilience: it’s a future state piece, about the intersection of next generation technology, individual psychology, system adaptability, social filtering (and machine filtering) and other aspects of the Socially Dynamic Organisation could contribute to the emergence of more robust organisations. Able to respond not simply to known threats and challenges with known power, but also to emergent, unknown, Black Swan type of events: this is achieved through diversified resilience, not just specialist strength.


For today, just a sketch as i explore some of the key concepts. There’s a notion of ‘buffering’ that i want to explore later: how semantic analysis of communication, and measurement of physiological, system and material resources to pressure (which can lead to catastrophic failure of all the above) can be measured and ‘buffered’ by, for example, limiting, interpreting, staging or filtering signals and inputs, or providing increased levels of automation or support.

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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3 Responses to Resilience: early stage #WorkingOutLoud

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