From: "Duncan L. Campbell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Sat, 28 Sep 1996 14:46:38 -0700
>Re- "A Simpler Way" by Meg Wheatley and Myron
>My question is:
>What are the consequences of being in life's arena with those who are
>not at all "playful?"
read axelrod- evolution of cooperation, and james p carse on finite and
carse says that you can't play an infinite [read playful win-win,
unending, etcetera] game inside a finite [read win-lose, definite end,
competitive] game, but the reverse happens all the time [it has echoes of
torbert's consultant typology also: his later stages like ironist,
strategist, magician etcetera
so the consequences of being in life's arena with those who are
>not at all "playful?" is thay you're in a finite game, but axelrod gives
>us hope in that cooperation can evolve from competition...
[at the risk of censure by rick, dare I mention again that this is
precissed in my pack 'learning from complexity' out soon, and what is the
verb from precis?]
[Host's Note: OK, Arthur, I'll let you get away with it *this* time!
from Arthur Battram, organiser of the LGMB project 'Tools for Learning': helping local authorities to apply complexity concepts to personal and organisational learning. 'Learning from Complexity' pack available November '96, for details email me: email@example.com "complexity is in here... and simplicity is out there...if we want it to be..."
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