Sequences’ represent a world of rules.
<If…… . then……>
This world is predicated on knowledge of what
will happen and what people must do to react to that event.
‘Response Protocols’ represent a
world of invoked response.
This world accepts uncertainty. Accepts
‘not knowing’ as a regular state of affairs. And
equips people to deal with change in terms of ‘capacity
to respond’ rather than ‘rules for action’.