Making Sense of a Complex World
Sense-Making is a mental faculty we all possess. It helps us explain anomalies and test the plausibility of options. We use it to make sense of past events and anticipate the future — even one fraught with uncertainty — so we can act effectively. Making Sense of Sense-Making
Turning Insights into Action
ACTION when it comes to decision-making there is no one size that fits all. The Cynefin Framework guides leaders’ to appropriate action according to the level of uncertainty they’re facing. A Leader's Framework for Decision-Making
REAL-TIME MONITORING in a more complex world we must learn to ‘cross the river by feeling the stones’ (Deng Xiaoping) moving quickly, but adapting as we go.
Complexity is a fact of business. The sooner one recognizes and makes peace with this fact, the better. Complexity is not going to go away. Trying to make complexity disappear or to make it a nonfactor is unproductive and even harmful. MIT Sloan Management Review (June 2017)