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Panarchy: The Adaptive Cycle of Complex Systems

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“ The Adaptive Cycle Diagram All complex organizations have a life cycle. They are born, they grow, they age, and they die. Often, a new version of the old system is...
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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, December 24, 2012 4:48 AM

One system for how human and natural systems works in cycles...

enrique rubio royo's curator insight, December 28, 2012 11:30 AM
The Adaptive Cycle Diagram

All complex organizations have a life cycle. They are born, they grow, they age, and they die. Often, a new version of the old system is reborn and goes through the life cycle again.

 

The model that has proven most useful to me in considering how to change these complex systems is the Adaptive Cycle (pictured above; for more versions of the model see Variations on Adaptive Cycle Model), also called the Panarchy Model. The adaptive cycle, slightly modified, is a useful  template for understanding how the purpose of an organization and its use of resources change throughout its life cycle.

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Panarchy: Analyzing Complexity In Projects

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Reality is difficult to analyze. Project Managers still have to eliminate root-causes to major problems though. How to analyze today’s complexity? I found something worthwhile exploring: Panarchy. Its origin is in ecosystem management, where it is used for assessment on how ecosystems, social systems and economic systems are interacting. How complex do you want to go?

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AkoZ's curator insight, December 29, 2012 10:42 AM

yep .. but pricy . not free...
in the next open-system this is quite strange...

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Adapting the Cynefin Framework to Encompass Systemic Change

Part three of a recent lecture given by Noah Raford at the London School of Economics Complexity Programme, on complexity science, management and organisatio...
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