The New Paradigm Mosaic

evidenceParadigm means “The way things work” — the pattern, the model, the system, the set of rules, the modus operandiIn his 1992 book Future Edge, Joel Arthur Barker defines a paradigm shift as a decline in the current paradigm’s capacity to solve problems and create new things, and a concomitant rise in the ability of a new paradigm to do so [see A Major Paradigm Shift Well Underway for more on this.]

The page links listed under the link to this page track What’s Working and What’s Not Working. Viewed in context with each other over time, they form a mosaic that is becoming a clearer and clearer picture of the emerging New Paradigm as it becomes the Current Paradigm.

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