SDX3: Seeds, Weeds & Stones

The third gathering of the SDX community on June 24, 2016 offered an opportunity for practitioners from across Edmonton to gather, network, and co-learn about two specific methods that can be used during the sense-making (or framing) stages of a systemic design process.

The two sense-making methods that were introduced to SDX3 attendees were the iceberg model (i.e., Causal Layered Analysis) and Mark Rettig & Hannah du Plessis’ activity ‘Seeds, Weeds, and Stones’. Prior to SDX3 the convening team asked Annand Ollivierre of Volunteer Alberta and Jess McMullin of the Centre for Citizen Experience to lead each of these exercises.

SDXers trying out ‘Seeds, Weeds, and Stones’

Click here to read the narrative from SDX3.