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immunize for complexity

Harold Jarche

It comes from the 1990’s but is still in use to describe the complex and chaotic world of business, politics, and technology. Complexity.

Understanding complexity

Harold Jarche

Human systems are complex. The increasing collective complexity also is manifest in the increasing specialization and diversity of professions.

Coherence in complexity

Harold Jarche

The same is happening to our models for management and “change management”, as if we could manage change in the first place.

Managing in Complexity

Harold Jarche

As our markets and technologies get more complex, we need new models to get work done. Complex problems cannot be solved alone.

Build trust, embrace networks, manage complexity

Harold Jarche

But hierarchies are rather useless to create, innovate, or change. Most organizations still deal with complexity through reorganization.

A guide to complexity and organizations

Harold Jarche

If you know nothing about complexity, read this. They are living systems – that’s why they may change at any moment.

Agency: privilege & complexity

Dave Snowden

To talk about individual change as predicating a wider change means that we are all doomed , however well intentioned the theorist or practitioner.

Organizing for diversity and complexity

Harold Jarche

It comes down to the fact that what we know and do inside our organizations is insufficient to address external complexity or to be innovative.

Complex or Chaotic?

Dave Snowden

The distinction between complexity and chaos theory can be problematic depending on who you are talking with, or what you are reading.

Intervening in a complex domain

Dave Snowden

I've been teaching how to intervene in a complex system for years, developing and then using the ABIDE perspective question for example.

Re-wiring for the Complex Workplace

Harold Jarche

Complexity is the new normal. Re-wiring for complexity. Organizations need to understand complexity instead of adding more complication.

Leadership in a Changing World

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

What are the critical competencies needed to lead in our fast-changing business environment? Sustaining or disruptive? Scope. Significance.

When Context Transcends Change Management

Luis Suarez

What if everything we have been told about Change Management over the course of the last few decades was all just … plain wrong? That hurts.

Design thinking & complexity pt 1

Dave Snowden

Now I know one experience should not inform me, hence the reading and conversations but none of that really changes my judgement on this.

The training world is changing

Harold Jarche

From the Citrix GoTo Blog : Open online courses, talent management, social collaboration: The training world is changing.

hold space for complex problems

Harold Jarche

Too often, we are our jobs, and when that changes, on a large scale, society will change. Complexity Democracy

Social Learning, Complexity and the Enterprise

Harold Jarche

Organizations, in order to function, need to encourage social exchanges and social learning due to faster rates of business and technological changes.

Scale and Complex Systemic Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

But managing the kind of disruptive innovations that change the rules of the game requires a different management style based on identifying a brand new idea, moving quickly to establish an early market presence, and continuous market experimentation to refine the offerings and establish the company’s strategy. So, which is it? markets.”

The Complex Nature of Cloud-based Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In addition, cloud can help business users become more agile and keep up with the fast pace of technological and market changes. Scienti?c

Complex is the new normal

Harold Jarche

Complexity is becoming the “normal” state, and it can be dealt with, but not with traditional management methods. complexity

Leadership in Complexity

Harold Jarche

Tweet In organizing for diversity and complexity , I discussed structural changes that are needed in our institutions.

Design Principles for Complex, Unpredictable, People Oriented Systems

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

An IBM Global CEO Study conducted in 2010 concluded that complexity was the primary challenge emerging out of its conversations with 1,500 CEOs and senior government officials. CEOs told us they operate in a world that is substantially more volatile, uncertain and complex. At B-School? This is where we enter the world of design. .

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Changing the world of work

Harold Jarche

Change Agents Worldwide has just released its first ebook featuring 21 views on the future of work. – @chagww. – Thierry de Baillon.

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PKM is making sense of complexity

Harold Jarche

It is in making sense of complexity. In the same Wikipedia article, reference is made to Dave Snowden’s issues with the concept. I agree.

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A complex look at task assignments

Clark Quinn

If it’s a complex artefact (such as a product design, not just a presentation), there could be several revisions.

Traditional training structures are changing

Harold Jarche

The near future will look like the near past, with more complex social and technological connections inside and outside organizations.

Nothing Has Changed. Everything Has Changed.

Charles Jennings

But we need wider fundamental changes if we’re to do so at speed and scale. So, what are these fundamental changes? Used with permission.

Embracing change from both sides

Harold Jarche

Complexity theory tells us that complex problems need to be probed through action before any sense can be made of them. It takes time.

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Preparing Students for an Increasingly Complex Business World

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Are engineering and management schools adequately preparing students for our fast-changing, highly complex business world?

Five Ways People Adopt And Love Change

Adaptive Path

Is it that users just hate change ? COMPLEXITY. Oh dear Lord. The new experience. ” What a shocker. Much better. COMPATIBILITY.

Big Data, Complex Systems and Quantum Mechanics

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In thinking about this question over the last few years, I started to notice that a number of subtle, non-intuitive concepts that I learned many years ago as a physics student seem to apply to the world of big data and information-based predictions in highly complex systems. Big Data is one of the hottest topics out there. Let me explain.

in an increasingly complex world

Harold Jarche

Embrace uncertainty and be positive about change – adopt an entrepreneurial attitude. complexity

On the Complex Evolution toward Mobile Digital Payments

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Let’s hope that initiatives like Apple Pay will help propel forward the complex evolution toward mobile digital payments. .

Next Generation Evaluation: Embracing Complexity, Connectivity, and Change

Beth Kanter

Three game-changing approaches will be discussed in detail: Developmental Evaluation , Shared Measurement , and Big Data. Technology!

Solo change agents set you free

Harold Jarche

I have said before to beware of anyone trying to sell cookie cutter solutions for complex organizational issues. Eric Kammerer.

Making sense of complexity and innovation

Harold Jarche

Friday’s Finds: Gall’s Law: A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that worked.

Learning in Complexity

Harold Jarche

” @webestime – “Simple rules lead to complex behavior. ” @CharlesJennings – “in a complex world, continuous learning is the only option available to us” – Globalization, Complexity & Change. Andy said that social media did not change their culture. Friday's Find

OMG, its culture change time

Dave Snowden

It's a form of aversion therapy really, change now or we'll put you through a re-education programme. I'll quote from that article.

Diversity, complexity, chaos and working smarter

Harold Jarche

It is accepted that rapid change and the complexity of overlapping issues is the norm. But here’s the catch. Spigit – New post!

Creating an architecture for change

Dave Snowden

Yesterday’s post was partly inspired by my reading David Chandler’s 2014 book Resilience: The Governance of Complexity. Reflection