Definition of Process

What is a Process?

Reality is composed of processes.

Nothing is simply a discrete object.

Everything comes into being via a process, stays in existence via other process, and transforms out of being via yet other processes. To innovate is to see, think, and live processes.

Read More About Processes

  1. Volume 46: It is all processes within processes: Our introduction to processes.
  2. Volume 49: Cutting into Processes: We took a multi-dimensional look at process.
  3. Volume 50: Processes begin in the Middle: Rethinking the lines and the dots of process diagrams and looking at the relational whole and how it makes the lines and dots that made it.
  4. Volume 51: Processes: The Astonishment of Feedback: Introducing feedback — its history and fundamental strangeness. What it is, and its two forms. Why it is important to rethinking creative processes.
  5. Volume 52: Feeding Forward — the process takes over: We introduced the concept of feedforward and epicycles as key concepts for how an innovation emerges in a more-than-human manner.
  6. Volume 53: Into and Beyond Paradigms: Can the logic of Paradigm Change help us understand from a process perspective how creative change happens? We critically explore this question.

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