Understanding Complex and Complicated Problems/Systems

Finding yourself at the lead of or in the middle of a complex system? Or is it complicated?
Join us at (co)space this Thursday Nov 3rd from 5-6pm to learn how to recognizing the difference between Complex and Complicated (problems, systems etc.), why this distinction matters and how you can use this understanding to be more effective at problem solving and decision making.
Michael Cheveldave is a master trainer and facilitator with Cognitive Edge and is responsible for the company’s business partnership and training activities globally. With over 8 years of experience in applying the Cynefin framework and SenseMaker®, Michael has developed an ability to communicate the practice of complexity theory in a way that audiences can quickly relate to and apply.
This event is free for members.
$5 for non-members (pay when you arrive)
In partnership with the Executive Leadership Centre at Yukon College.

How Houses Work

Whether you are a homeowner or just interested in reducing your power bills, this talk gives a basic understanding of how houses work- from home inefficiencies to what we can do to have healthier, more efficient and more comfortable homes. A little knowledge is worth a lot of cure!

About the speaker: Juergen Korn is a Professional Engineer with Yukon Housing Corp. and has been resolving issues with houses for over 20 years.  He loves the outdoors, and is a builder, tinkerer and fixer as life demands it.

This talk is open and free to anyone interested! Please join us at YuKonstruct September 22nd from 7-8:30pm.

Learn all about Pulks!

Come join us at Yukonstruct to learn all about ski pulk (sled) building. Joel MacFabe from the Yukon chapter of Alpine Club of Canada will be discussing aspects of ski pulk design, construction and travel techniques.

So whether you’re looking to build your first pulk or improve that one you already have, come join us for a fun and friendly evening at Yukonstruct.

Topics to be covered:
•Overall Pulk dimensions and considerations when designing the right one for you.
(Cargo , weight, terrain, longevity, performance, dog assist,poles vs tethers)
•Construction of different quality and cost options as well as sourcing materials, and material choices
•Tips and tricks for how to pack, what to expect from your pulk, and how to make the most of it.
Instructor Bio: Joel MacFabe has been an active member and trip leader with the ACC’s Yukon chapter for over 4 years. You can often find him out skiing in the White Pass or up a frozen waterfall. If it’s a multi day trip, you can bet he’s got his pulk right behind him.


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