What we're about

Via monthly Meetups, related presentations to other groups and larger events, we share understanding of the natural emergence of escalating complexity and its application to organisational development and decision-making. Members have backgrounds from the sciences, knowledge management, software development, interaction design, education, and community groups. Theoretical perspective include non-linear systems, general evolution, self-organised criticality, path dependence, and philosophy of science. These find practical application in urban and transport planning, community engagement, narrative studies, planetary and materials sciences. Students interested in these areas are particularly welcome.

These Meetups were originally founded by Melbourne-based knowledge management practitioners and are currently organised and sponsored by members of Kororoit Institute (http://kororoit.org).

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Upcoming events (5+)

Explore how Complex Systems theory can inform Practice across silos.

Seminar Room B309, Engineering Block B

Topics will be announced in the lead up to each Meetup, some expanding on parts of the Supervenience "book" outlined in August 2018 and others from members or guests with topics of interest. We don't meet in January.

Explore how Complex Systems theory can inform Practice across silos.

Seminar Room B309, Engineering Block B

Topics will be announced in the lead up to each Meetup, some expanding on parts of the Supervenience "book" outlined in August 2018 and others from members or guests with topics of interest. We don't meet in January.

Explore how Complex Systems theory can inform Practice across silos.

Seminar Room B309, Engineering Block B

Topics will be announced in the lead up to each Meetup, some expanding on parts of the Supervenience "book" outlined in August 2018 and others from members or guests with topics of interest. We don't meet in January.

Explore how Complex Systems theory can inform Practice across silos.

Seminar Room B309, Engineering Block B

Topics will be announced in the lead up to each Meetup, some expanding on parts of the Supervenience "book" outlined in August 2018 and others from members or guests with topics of interest. We don't meet in January.

Past Events

See how visit to Mud Island territory renders extant maps inadequate

Seminar Room B309, Engineering Block B

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