Richard Karash spoke about complexity.
Richard while I agree with you and Senge that in order to be effective
in designing learning organizations we all have to get better at
"dealing with complexity and a complex world ", I have two comments:
1. The distinction world, I distinguish the natural world and the
human world. which world are you speaking of ?
2. Fernando Flores observes that while other observers and business
get swept away in chaos and complexity, he teaches observers to
be more competent observers of the world and to produce simplicity.
This is not meant to put down chaos or complexity, but to also
be competent to observe the world from different distinctions
that allow for simplicity and breakthroughs.
-- Manuel Manga <email@example.com>
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