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The Cynefin Framework

Ordered Contexts: Simple (known knowns) and Complicated (known unknowns) Simple: Sense, Categorize, Respond Complicated: Sense, Analyze, Respond Unordered Contexts: Complex (unknown unknowns) and Chaotic (unknowables) Complex: Probe, Sense, Respond Chaotic: Act, Sense, Respond   Advertisements

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Understanding Complexity by Snowden and Boone

The following are excerpts from “A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making” published in Harvard Business Review by David Snowden and Mary Boone. A complex system has the following characteristics: It involves large numbers of interacting elements. The interactions are nonlinear, … Continue reading

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