Utilize Thinking Tools

To operate successfully in a complex enterprise environment, a new kind of operating paradigm is needed. There’s no one perfect model of such a system, instead the system continuously manifests new properties and behaviors which requires continuous adaptation and evolution of the practices. To support such dynamic reality, thinking tools are required that allow organizations to streamline the adaptation process.

Following are some examples of useful thinking tools:

  1. Benefit-Constraint Analysis
  2. Crude Reality Method
  3. Embedded Mental Model
  4. Emotional Dimension
  5. Essential Complexity
  6. Endgame
  7. Feedback Loop Markers
  8. Gemba
  9. Hidden Constraint
  10. Hybrid
  11. Intangible Drivers
  12. Mental Model Alignment
  13. Optimizing for Uncertainty
  14. Organizational Drivers
  15. Practice Maps
  16. Reinforcing Feedback Loops
  17. Relax Constraint
  18. Second-Order Thinking
  19. Self-Organized Behavior
  20. Shared Cognition
  21. System Under Development (SUD)



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