No cookie cutters for complexity | Harold Jarche

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Via Jane Hart http://c4lpt.co.uk/, en su lista de lecturas de Marzo 2013 http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/blog/2013/03/31/march-2013/, he tenido acceso a este post, en el que se compara – en el contexto de la complejidad y desde la consideración de que cada organización no solo es única sino cambiante-, la forma típica, en general, de actuar de grandes consultoras (mediante predefinidos ‘moldes únicos de galletas’ ) vs  la  de pequeñas consultoras o ‘free-agents’ (en principio, creatividad en el diseño de moldes, según la ocasión u organización).

 

Los Sistemas Complejos Adaptativos  no soportan ni moldes predefinidos, ni moldes estáticos.

enrique rubio royo‘s insight:

 … there is no “cookie-cutter” solution; there is no one best or right way of doing things that fits everyone’s needs – no one-size-fits-all solution – because ..

“Each organization’s situation is not only different, it’s changing.”

Furthermore, he warns …

“Beware the cookie-cutter salespeople. They abound, and are aided by marketing departments that do not have a clue about complexity. There are some real advantages in avoiding the large consultancies and going with smaller companies and free-agents.

Beware the cookie-cutter salespeople.  There are some real advantages in avoiding the large consultancies and going with smaller companies and free-agents. These include:

Personal relationship based on knowledge and trustWork is usually done by senior consultantsResponsiveness and flexibilityAbility to innovate fasterFewer costs to pass on (shareholders, marketing, advertising, bonuses)

 

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