“No Straight Lines”

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No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world
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<“No Straight Lines – the new read/write book from Alan Moore – argues that we have reached the nadir of the adaptive range of an industrialized world, in fact we are now faced with a trilemma of social, organizational and economic complexity, tensions and questions. And therefore face a design problem. No Straight Lines presents a new logic and inspiring plea for a more human centric world that describes an entirely new way for true social, economic and organizational innovation to happen.
The book has been designed, and produced to be both participatory; a read/write experience where you can comment on and discuss the work with a community.”>
<“We have arrived at the edge of the adaptive range of our industrial world. At the edge, because that world, our world is being overwhelmed by a trilemma of social, organisational and economic complexity. We are in transit from a linear world to a non-linear one. Non-linear because it is for all of us socially, organisationally and economically ambiguous, confusing and worrying. Consequently we are faced with an increasingly pressing and urgent problem, WHAT COMES NEXT? And also we are therefore presented with a design challenge: HOW do we create better societies, more able organisations and, more vibrant and equitable economies relevant to the world we live in today? No Straight Lines presents a new logic/literacy and inspiring plea for a more human centric world that describes an entirely new way for true social, economic and organisational innovation to happen.”>

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