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Kailash Awati

CIC continues to grow as we welcome our new Senior Lecturer Data Science - Kailash Awati. Kailash is co-founder of Sensanalytics, a consultancy specialising in sensemaking and analytics. Prior to this, he worked for a pharmaceutical multinational where he set up a global IT service center specialising in business intelligence and analytics. Over the last several years, he has worked as a data and analytics geek; facilitator and sensemaker; data / information architect; project manager and engi...
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Summer@UTS – Visualisation for Wicked Problems – Session 2

A WORKSHOP FOR UTS STUDENTS Coaches: Simon Buckingham Shum (CIC Director) & Kailash Awati (Senior Lecturer in Data Science) This half-day workshop will provide you with hands-on experience mapping issues, ideas and arguments using the research-validated Compendium visual hypertext tool for mapping wicked problems. No technical expertise required. Compendium QuickStart Guide Compendium Tutorial & Exercises     Slides: Summer@UTS: Visualisation for Wicked Problems from...
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CIC @ 2018 UTS Vice Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Showcase

The showcase was a celebration for work done by 2017 UTS Vice Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Award and Citation recipients. This event celebrates the many ways teaching and professional staff at UTS are creating the best possible learning experiences and learning outcomes for our students. It showcases projects that some of these recipients have worked on, such as ‘Developing scientists for the modern laboratory’ and ‘The Justice Brennan Project: Empowering students as change-agents’. See ...
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CIC Farewells Staff

At the end of 2017, we said goodbye to six of the team! Theresa Anderson, Simon Knight, Jack Schmidt and Kailash Awati moved with the Master of Data Science and Innovation (MDSI) to the new Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation (FTI), with Simon securing a new Lectureship (congrats!). With the subsequent reduction in student related activity, we also farewelled our Course Manager, Georgia Markakis, who is now the Program and Events Manager at Chief Executive Women. And last but not least, ...
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3 year old MDSI takes its next step

The Master of Data Science and Innovation now has a new home, relocating to the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation. The links with CIC remain strong however, with our academics and PhD students continuing on the teaching team, and mentoring students in their iLab projects. The new faculty, created last year to advance the UTS priority on transdisciplinary learning, teaching and research, provides a rich teaching and learning environment for the MDSI academics and students enrolled in the d...
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Training Workshop: Mapping Information, Ideas and Arguments with Visual Sensemaking Tools

In recent years, UTS staff from diverse faculties and business units have expressed interest in information mapping schemes and tools. At this full-day workshop, speakers Paul Culmsee, Kailash Awati and Simon Buckingham-Shum described a scheme for mapping information, issues and arguments, and introduced a visual hypertext tool (Compendium), which has been in research and development for over 20 years. Date & Time: Friday 19 May, 9:00am - 5:00pm The speakers: Paul Culmsee, ...
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The Heretics Guide to Management: The Art of Harnessing Ambiguity.

UTS Senior Lecturer in Data Science, Kailash Awati has jointly released his second “Heretics Guide” management book called The Heretics Guide to Management: The Art of Harnessing Ambiguity. Which looks at how ambiguity affects human behaviour and how managers can harness it in positive ways. Management techniques such as strategic planning, project management or operational budgeting, attempt to reduce ambiguity and provide clarity, however they often end up missing the point. So why do mana...
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Blogs

Aggregating the CIC Team's Blogs... from the Master of Data Science & Innovation. . . [feedzy-rss feeds="http://mdsi-cic.uts.edu.au/category/digests/rss" max="3" feed_title="no" target="_blank" meta="yes" summary="yes" thumb="yes" size="100"]     from the Learning Emergence blog. . . [feedzy-rss feeds="http://learningemergence.net/rss/" max="3" feed_title="no" target="_blank" meta="yes" summary="yes" thumb="yes" size="100"]     from Simon Buckingham Shu...
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Knowledge Cartography: mapping deliberation on wicked problems

Knowledge Cartography for mapping wicked problems: questions, ideas, arguments and sources There is a long lineage of software development efforts focused on how we can better support reflective deliberation around complex dilemmas. Such tools differ in two key respects from conventional documents, threaded discussion forums or flat comment listings: Introduce a language that slows thinking down to consider what is the nature of my contribution? Instead of simply writing down ideas as ...
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Paul Culmsee – Issue & Dialogue Mapping Workshops

Paul Culmsee - Mapping for multistakeholder dialogue and intellectual capital We are delighted to announce that Paul Culmsee from Seven Sigma will be visiting UTS on Thurs 30 and Fri 31 July, running two interactive workshops in the Business School on the Thursday, as described in the flyers below, with some scope for follow-up meetings on the Friday: Glyma: A New Innovation in Harnessing Intellectual Capital Innovating with Visual Sensemaking Tools in Complex, Transdisciplinary Problem...
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