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Wicked Problems

Professor Valerie Brown is engaging the audience how social change is sending the management of knowledge in two different directions. One is the recognition that there are wicked problems that can't be solved within current thinking, so social learning is required. The other is the strong current towards collaboration in all fields of practice. Long-term decision-making on complex issues becomes a matter of collective inquiry.


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