Want to learn more about developmental evaluation and how it helps understand and navigate complex environments where outcomes are unknowable and potential influences are unpredictable? Read Liz Rykert's insightful review of Michael Quinn Patton's new book, Developmental Evaluation: Applying Complexity Concepts to Enhance Innovation and Use." It's in the new issue of Plexus Institute's newsletter emerging, available here. By the way, Liz will lead a discussion group on this book that starts January 23. Click here for details. You can also learn about how Louisville Hospital partnered with The Healing Place, to bring new help and hope to emergency room patients struggling with addiction.
Emerging also features Plexus President Lisa Kimball and neuroscientist J.A. Scott Kelso in a wide-ranging conversation about complementarity, and complex issues of agency, decision making, and leadership, and some future directions in neuroscience. Margaret Miller, a scholar and practitioner of management and information technology, explains complex responsive processes. And there's news about interesting people, events, and books.