Pragmatic Turn And Entrepreneurship: Part two

In my previous post, "Pragmatic Turn and Entrepreneurship: Part One," I provided an overview of the recent development of the Pragmatic Turn in the domain of entrepreneurship. In this post, I will discuss some of my thoughts on the current status of the Pragmatic Turn project in entrepreneurship. The pragmatic turn in entrepreneurship has begun with scholarly … Continue reading Pragmatic Turn And Entrepreneurship: Part two

Olli-Pekka Heinonen discusses Finland education system with a complexity perspective

Former Minister of Education of Finland Olli-Pekka Heinonen talk with Toby Lowe about Education system of Finland with a complexity perspective.

Scott Kelso Trolls Herbert Simon

Nash Ashur shared the following video @ Twitter that I have retweeted. It is an extremely interesting dig by Kelso on reductive cartesian understanding of human systems, specifically naming Herb Simon since he is the complexity theory face of economics. Here is the transcript; "Babies …..have spontaneous organization. That's a very nice thing to … Continue reading Scott Kelso Trolls Herbert Simon

Ilya Prigogine; The End of Certainty (Interview 1997)

Progogine won Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1977 for his contributions to non-equilibrium thermodynamics, particularly the theory of dissipative structures. His work become one of the core foundations of modern understanding of self-organization theories. Back up video from Vimeo attached