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Ignorance, the Ultimate Asset

Ignorance, the Ultimate Asset | Complex systems and projects |
The economy is stagnating, but there is no broad agreement as to why. Democratic policy hasn’t worked in the last few years, but Republicans governed when the Panic and Great Recession began. Some economists say negative real interest rates inflated the bubble. Others say high interest rates precipitated the crash. Inflation, for sure, is now [...]
Philippe Vallat's insight:

Quote: "To understand the success of modern knowledge economies and why government planning is folly, we must first understand that ignorance truly is bliss."

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Managing Complexity: The Battle Between Emergence And Entropy

By Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School Term Chair Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. The business news continues to be full of stories of large companies getting into trouble in part because of their complexity.

Via Christophe Bredillet
Philippe Vallat's insight:

There are three processes underway in organisations that collectively determine the level of actual complexity as experienced by people in the organisation.

1. There is a design process

2. There is an emergent process

3. Finally, there is an entropic process

Dave Guerra (Author)'s curator insight, December 2, 2013 1:51 PM

Emergence and Entropy are Two Ends of One Vortex #TwoSides2Super #Reflexicution #Superperformance

Aline Choupin's curator insight, December 5, 2013 10:16 AM

So....just sayin'.... you mean capitalistic large companies are turning like... sovietic bureaucracy ? I mean whatever the way the author analyze  the level ok complexity through processes....

Ron DeLong's curator insight, December 28, 2013 4:30 PM

complexity = risk