Tag: ordered vs unordered

Order, unorder and effectiveness

A quick follow-on from the previous post on ‘Complex, complicated and Einstein’s dice‘, in relation to effectiveness in enterprise-architecture. There’s a common phrasing in business and elsewhere that places efficiency and effectiveness as kind-of opposites: efficiency, we’re told, is doing things

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Yet more Cynefin

As you’ll see from the comments to my previous post on Cynefin, Dave Snowden again kindly came back with an appropriate critique: The fact that order exist in nature (a constrained system that prevents agent action independent of the system)

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And more on Cynefin

Another trail following up on Dave Snowden‘s comment to my previous Cynefin post, and specifically to this one assertion of Dave’s: Order exists in the real world. Sounds obvious: but does it? Does ‘order’ really exist? Or do we simply

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Cynefin again

This one will probably only make sense to those who have some experience of Cynefin (see also Cognitive Edge) – but it should be useful anyway even if you don’t. The diagram shows the usual layout of the Cynefin domains

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