What follows is a conversion of the tweet proceeding that supports the emergence of the above mentioned scientific community.
I started reading, but stopped at "Power and systems change: If we define systems change as the emergence of a new pattern of organising."
Yes, "new pattern of organising" emerges but it depends on the structure, which can be transforming or transitioning.
In this link https://www.linkedin.com/posts/adam-kahane_power-dynamics-a-systemic-inquiry-activity-6775412788790624256-jQp5 you can find my comment that says;
My curiosity is whether or not that essay is limited for transitioning, but not for transformation, in the sense described by Robert Marshak, in his article "Managing the metaphors for change." I understand that transitioning is very important, but should follow transformation.
Before converting the tweets proceedings available so far, an introduction is given by the following two stories:
[Proceeding 1 on Hypermedia]
Tim Carmody tweeted on Feb 12, 2021, “Why pick this fight? Especially right now? Something is up,” while retweeting the following:
[Proceeding 2 on Hypermedia]
[Proceeding 3 on Hypermedia]
[Proceeding 4 on Hypermedia]
This story complements the following one:
That preamble of that story is translated as:
The 15 articles that accent.com.do published to Etzel Báez are integrated as an experiment based on a tweets thread that is interpreted as proceedings. This experiment is not expected to generate rejection. Before we can see the conversion of the tweets shortly, what I replied to Tweet 1 is preceded with the following tweet:
The second reply to Tweet 1 says:
This parallel branch to the proceedings on “POLITICS AND CULTURE” of etzelbaez @etzelbaez vindicate the difference with my threads and tweets branches. …
Los 15 articulos que les publicó acento.com.do a Etzel Báez están integrados como un experimento basado en un hilo de tuits que se interpreta como un expediente. Se espera que este experimento no genere rechazo. Antes de poder ver la conversión de los tuits en breve, se antepone lo que le respondí al Tuit 1 con el siguiente tuit:
This very short “Yes but and” story on the above inactive image replies the must read timely New York Times opinion “There Was a Loser Last Night. It Was America,” by Thomas L. Friedman, as can be seen next in what’s now the conversation of a two tweets conversation of two active tweets images.
Siendo suficiente para el público general concentrar su atención solo en la imagen introductoria, la siguiente conversión de los mencionados 5 tuits, y sus primeros retuits donde corresponda, está dedicado a los ejecutivos de los sectores público, privado y social, aspirantes a volverse #SmartGDPeople.
Retuit del tuit 2
Retuit del tuit 3
Hashtags on what I stand for: 1 “There is nothing so powerful as #TheWealthOfGlobalization whose time has come;” 2 #BrightGlobalization; 3 #SystemicCivilization