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Every company is a complex system, interacting with other systems in a constantly changing environment. The more we understand this fact, the more humble we become about our ability to control these systems. Embracing change will involve a true paradigm shift, from preserving system stability and minimizing deviations from “normal” to accepting the inevitability of change and maximizing adaptive capacity. Enterprises that are accustomed to traditional management styles will need to reexamine and possibly modify their cultural norms and business processes. The question of how to build organizational resilience is explored further in chapter 8.
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- Systems Thinking
- Island Press/Center for Resource Economics
- Chapter Three