Focusing on and using Complexity
The easy world is a thing of the past. No phenomenon has been more decisive in development over the last decades than the huge increase in complexity. It effects every area of our lives, as well as every aspect of our thinking and the actions we take in business. Analyses are becoming more and more comprehensive. Dashboards are becoming bigger. Decisions are becoming more difficult.
That’s why, now more than ever before, people want simplicity. The more turbulent the water, the clearer the course must be. Only then can we make best use of the opportunities that lie in the increasing number of dimensions, factors, and interdependencies. If you don’t want to be overwhelmed by the confusion of demands, you need fundamental systems to establish what is important in order to meet your needs and focus on the real possibilities.
Management in increasing complexity means selecting more effectively, evaluating more clearly, deciding more courageously, and putting plans into action more consistently. That has a lot to do with technical abilities.
Using our approach, we communicate effective control loops to identify relevant trends, reach strategic conclusions about consequences, adapt operational goals, and ensure their continuous tracking by all involved.