Known (A) Cause-effect understood Knowable (B) Cause-effect discoverable Complex (C) Cause-effect coherent in retrospect Chaotic (D) No perceivable cause- effect 2. Cause and Effect Snowden 2002
Managerial thinking Select among existing means and plan to meet defined goal Strategic thinking Generate new means to strive towards desired goal Creative thinking Start with what you’ve got to explore an imagined end Sarasvarthy 2005 3. Planning Defined goal Imagined ends Desired goal
Managerial thinking Select among existing means and plan to meet defined goal Strategic thinking Generate new means to strive towards desired goal Creative thinking Start with what you’ve got to explore an imagined end Defined goal Imagined ends Desired goal M3M3 M5M5 M2M2 M4M4 M1M1 M1M1 M7M7 M3M3 M6M6 M8M8 M1M1 M2M2 M3M3 M4M4 M5M5
1 2 3 Idea gets over-complicated and utility stagnates Idea is simplified and utility improves New detail improve utility again Develop idea to deliver utility Functional utility Detail 4 5 5. Simplifying Ward 2005
Richard – I read it all in one sitting! It is a delight. Oh, and absolutely loved the book BTW. Read it in one sitting. have passed it onto Sarah, my offsider…..Once I get it back, I'll re-read it I also really enjoyed it. I did read it cover to cover, in one day, so I think that’s good evidence that I found it a very easy and enjoyable read. The book is a fascinating read and I didn’t want it to end – I expect to re-read it many times as the years go by I really enjoyed it – very well written, was disappointed when it finished – which is rare for me in a non fiction book. My Imagined end
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