Where you look from determines what you see. It’s always been that way. It will always be that way. Seek a proper frame of reference. Every time. All the time. It is why only an approximately complete system can yield proper analytical results. Don’t shortchange your analysis. Check another layer of systemic influences. Just to Read more about The Frame of Reference[…]
What you measure may not always be what the performance actually is. Similarly, what is perceived may not always be what the performance actually is either. Beware superficiality of measurement and modeling. The map is never the territory! Go! Go slow. Take in. Improve. Repeat.
A picture tells a thousand words. To address challenges one needs skill. Of course. So far nothing new. Yet, almost all the skills that are being taught are learned skills. Their application is then done somewhat mechanical. We drive a vehicle. Driving consists of a multitude of trained conditioned reflexes. Instead, utilizing our models we Read more about The Flow State[…]
Delicate. Beautiful. Simple. Reaching. Far-reaching. Design by life. Follow in the footsteps of the Great. Look inside. Repeat. It worked for hundreds of millions of years. Why would you resist the flow? How could you resist the flow?
The Giraffe originates in Nebraska, of course. While we actually flew into Nebraska, and did not take the Bering Strait, the African grasslands we found here dating from 30 million years ago are so just to make our model even more compelling. No, it is not surprising at all, if we embrace the global nature Read more about Evolving and Co-Evolving[…]
No scientific discovery of such magnitude as the Construtal Law has ever been easily predicted before it happened. Yet, nothing is more powerful than an idea ready to be born. Working in manufacturing technologies, in international economics, in international law and relations, in knowledge production, in science and technology for innovation, and the spread of Read more about A Constructal World[…]