About Aalto Tuija

Digital media professional from Helsinki Finland. I connect people and ideas.

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  • Aalto shared from Wicked Problems, Workable Solutions: Lessons from a Public Life by Daniel Yankelovich
    scientific knowledge is a relatively small subset of the knowledge we need to exist, survive, know how to live right, and be wise.
    Note: Tieteellinen tietämys ei yksin auta tekemään viisaita päätöksiä #arvot #yhteiskunta #päätöksenteko
  • Aalto shared from Repeat the Remarkable: How Strong Leaders Overcome Business Challenges to Take Their Performance to the Next Level by Perry Holley
    As part of the coaching work I do, it never ceases to amaze me how often I hear the words, “I didn’t intend for that to happen.” If I were completely honest, I would have to admit that I can recall saying those words myself years ago. The question that begs to be asked about a comment like that is, “If you did not intend for that outcome, then how did you get here?” There is only one answer to that question (and very few people get it right), and that is, because that’s the direction you were going. Nothing can undermine the construction of your foundation layer in the Model for Remarkable...
    Note: Intention vs. Direction.
  • Aalto shared from Repeat the Remarkable: How Strong Leaders Overcome Business Challenges to Take Their Performance to the Next Level by Perry Holley
    remarkable companies—they don’t wait for government regulations or others in the industry to innovate and find the way; they find the way and show others what is possible.
    Note: IBM innovation - how do they keep it up?
  • Aalto shared from Wicked Problems, Workable Solutions: Lessons from a Public Life by Daniel Yankelovich
    Evoking a deliberative public voice depends on the other two components, especially the cognitive one. There is a serious disconnect between what we call the public’s learning curve (how the public goes about making up its mind) and our nation’s methods of educating the public about issues. Decades of researching American public opinion reveal a huge flaw in how our professions, institutions, and leaders think about how the public comes to judgment on specific issues. Our research shows that the public’s Learning Curve consists of a lengthy three-stage process of absorbing and resolving...
    Note: Tämä havainto tukee sitä, että pelkkä journalismi (tiedonvälitys) ei riitä, pitää aktivoida syvempi ajatteluprosessi, (elämys?) ennenkuin syntyy kyvykkyys toimintaan / mielipiteen muodostamiseen / asioista päättämiseen
  • Aalto shared from Wicked Problems, Workable Solutions: Lessons from a Public Life by Daniel Yankelovich
    Armed with a new philosophy of life, more Americans would assign a high priority to public participation and engagement. A distinctively American philosophy for living would, inevitably, give new life to democratic self-governance. Similar considerations apply to our social morality. A public without a philosophy for living is more likely to feel itself helpless in the face of mistrust and perceived injustice. That feeling of helplessness results in erosion of norms, and in passive acceptance of fate: “Whatever . . .
    Note: "Uusi elämänfilosofia" saisi amerikkalaiset paneutumaan yhteisiin asioihin #osallistuminen #arvot
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Aalto Tuija