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13-Mar-2004 BackcastingSE4P2T MindShifting

Community Impacts Assessment Protocol (CIAP) 

Social Capital Conservancy (7804am) ...



SC: Sustainable Change (StoryChasing)


D: Dissatisfaction

V: Vision of future state or condition

F: F1RST/Next steps to desired state

R: Resistance to change (inertia)


Then: SC = D x V x F > R


“The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires,

but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.” – Bob Marley 


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Sidebar: City of Minnetonka Mayor Bob DeGhetto was Ken's brother ,,,




USS Cimarron Sea Stories


Memes are contagious ideas, all competing for a share of our mind in a kind of Darwinian selection.

As memes evolve, they become better and better at distracting and diverting us

from whatever we'd really like to be doing with our lives.


They are a kind of Drug of the Mind. Confused? Blame it on memes.

meme [meem]



cultural characteristic passed down generations: any characteristic of a culture, 
e.g. its language, that can be transmitted from one generation to the next

in a way analogous to the transmission of genetic information


[Late 20th century. < Greek mimēma "something imitated," after gene]

Microsoft® Encarta® 2008. © 1993-2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

UNODIR Leadership Lessons

From: CIM-PAO Archives
Remote Name:


Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 11:05 AM Subject: UNODIR Tips on Being a Leader

Via: US Naval Institute's E-Forum Re: http://eforum.usni.org/eforum?14@234.csE0aYxlaxa^5@.ee96ca6/0

I agree with LCDR Bill Hamblet's 7-Sep-2001 observation about "Being a Naval Officer" . . .


>> The most inspiring part of the job is *leading* the many incredible enlisted people and junior officers.

I have watched so many of them *thrive* and accomplish amazing things with just a little direction, encouragement, and guidance.<<

Leadership traits result in empowering and inspiring others when the situation is seasoned with "attitude, aptitude and abilities"

plus a dash of UNODIR (Unless Otherwise Directed) . . .


I got my *most memorable leadership lesson* from a Master Chief Hospital Corpsman (MCHC)
while I was an Ensign in transit via a USAF MAC flight to join USS Cimarron (AO-22) at Subic Bay, PI (in April, 1967)


Over an ice-cold San Miguel beer at off-base quarters near Clarke AFB,

this savvy MCHC convinced me RHIP (Rank Has Its Privileges) hampers leadership!


His advice for more effective leadership

passed the O-1/KISS Test.[Keep It Simple Stupid] . . .


1 - Always listen to your senior petty officers.

2 - TRUST your crew to perform their assigned tasks.

3 - Eliminate "hassles" for crew whenever possible!


My operational experience generated these guidelines:

4 - Adapt or recycle prior "lessons learned"

5 - Be PREPARED for unexpected contingencies!

6 - Become a Master Chief Hassle Eliminator (MCHE)


Updated Anticipatory Thinking Integration (ATI)



The Age of Digital Entanglement by Danny Hillis


On November 19, 2009, a single circuit board inside a computer router in Salt Lake City failed. The glitch cascaded, preventing air traffic control computers nationwide from communicating. Hundreds of flights were canceled. On May 6, 2010, the Dow Jones industrial average inexplicably plummeted almost 1,000 points in minutes, only to mysteriously rise before the day ended. Had the “flash crash” not reversed itself, a global financial meltdown would have ensued.

We humans have linked our destinies with our machines. Our technology has gotten so complex that we no longer can understand it or fully control it. We have entered the Age of Entanglement.


Where citied: VIPanel 


Cumulative Metro-MN guidelines for video-taped panel sessions ...


  • 9-Mile-Creek Trails 3:30pm at 9-Mile Creek in Bloomington for a hike ... http://www.mnrovers.org/html/activities_archive2004.htm 
    The first Musicland store was opened in 1955 in Minneapolis, where the company continued to be headquarters ....
  • Eco-Futures Forum NWR’s “9-Mile Creek MWD” eco-challenge. Minnesota Futurists “Mentorship Vision 2005”
    sprouted from the MnIPS-VIPanel guided by ACCTTS-LLC “virtual team tactics” … Malia returned to Osaka, Japan … 
  • EcoChallenge hatched in the 9-Mile Creek ... Metropolitan Watershed District near Lower Penn Lake in Bloomington, MN.
    The Nine Mile Creek Watershed District is approximately 50 square miles in surface area and encompasses the land … 
  • WellBeing benchmarking 9-Mile Creek MWD Eco-Caching courseware that blended Hornaday Award BSA  and
    REI-Bloomington’s Leave No Trace (LNT) “Non-Point Source Pollution Prevention Practices” … Our Boxing Day 2002 … 

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Comments (6)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 7:04 am on Nov 20, 2009

The Centennial Boy Scout Handbook (12th Edition: ISBN 978-0-8395-3102-9) shares many of the themes we co-developed near the Kaw Valley's HOAC-BSA Camp Naish. Also, they helped influence sustainable destinations themes for our Freedom's Frontier NHA Master Plan interpretation and education model completed before handbook publication!

Minnesota Futurists / Planet U
FFNHA National Significance and Themes 4_30_08.pdf (212KB:
NatGeo Sustainable Destinations Master Plan). USNPS ...
National Heritage Area (NHA) Business ...

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 7:18 am on Nov 28, 2009

PBworks FutureThought thinkLets with tag 'template'

* Backcasting [edit tags]
* CBQL Anti-Bias Curriculum (ABC) [edit tags]
* DonWorster [edit tags]
* Education Futures [edit tags]
* Futurics Forecast [edit tags]
* Knowledge Chain Model FAQ [edit tags]
* LBOCPA-2009 [edit tags]
* NLPsyOps [edit tags]
* Nature-Deficit Disorder [edit tags]
* SOPPADA [edit tags]
* StoryChasing [edit tags]
* VFW Post 6654-2 [edit tags]
* peaceCENTER [edit tags]
* semantics [edit tags]

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 1:17 pm on Dec 11, 2009

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 7:14 am on Sep 5, 2010

What Comes Next by D Reganold - 2010 @ http://bit.ly/9Kgob4
[ policy ] energy that doesn't harm your health. By R. James Woolsey. ■. © 2010 Scientific American ...
September 2010 scholars of human evolution have long .... ScientificAmerican.com. Scientific American 97 ...

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 3:33 am on Dec 23, 2010

This ACCTTS-LLC "Water Safety Kit" Presponse Systems Thinking paradigm for "facilitated thinking environments" was adapted by Futurist Joel Barker's Implications Wheel model and used for Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Exam coaching, mentoring & tutoring Sat-AM "near peer" workshops (1983-2002) :: Please use these i4CQuest-Keywords to learn more ACCTTS Pilot CIMS Incident ...

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 10:09 pm on Aug 11, 2016

Side wheel gunboat USS Cimarron Quartermaster Henry P. Little killed in ordnance accident. 22 Mar. 1865.
Source-URL: http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/NHC/accidents.htm

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