Understanding Complexity
Erwin van der Koogh

Good analogies Erwin. I appreciate you taking a run at this. I too, working the social space, am keen to Cynefin as I feel any work with people, interacting in organizations is quite complex. The reason for this is typically because things like motivations, turnover and business changes and systems all play a role to varying degrees based on the frequency and significance of each. Additionally each org is different and that alone shows that best practices do not apply (principles however can). The world of work is far from black and white as technology continues its advance. Even those organizations and the work within that today is complicated won’t be as it will be done by machines and people will need the skills to operate in complexity

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