Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Chaotic Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
4d ago
Stanch the bleeding. That’s your first goal when the problem is considered Chaotic. “But I don’t want to further complicate the situation if I do something stupid,” you might say. That’s a valid concern. While yes, you can surely make things far worse than before if you act irrationally, it’s important to note that in […] The post Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Chaotic Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #2: Operating In Unordered Contexts
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
Almost no one teaches you about how to operate in chaotic contexts. Schools and organization try to prepare you for possible unforeseen cases – like what to do when there is an earthquake – but commonly, we need to rely on our natural capabilities when the unexpected happens. As we noted in the previous lesson, […] The post Lesson #2: Operating In Unordered Contexts appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Chaotic Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
No one gets through their allotted span on Earth without a major off-script event. Something, at some point, is going to go catastrophically wrong. The script of how our life should unfold handed by our technologically advanced society looks promising. You emerge, you study, then you find a reputable job and eventually start a family. […] The post Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Chaotic Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Chapter 4: Overview
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
Welcome to Chapter 4! In this final chapter, we’re going to examine the Chaotic domain of the Cynefin framework. As the name suggests, situations in this domain are, well, chaotic. There are no rules and there are no constraints. Everything is all over the place. When we are dealing with problems in the Chaotic domain, […] The post Chapter 4: Overview appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Complex Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
If we want to do something that we have never done before, or that has never been done before (a new Startup of some sort), we are usually situated in the Complex domain. This means that we need to embrace an iterative approach. Even more precisely, we need to develop a safe environment for experimentation. […] The post Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Complex Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #2: Embrace Complexity Rather Than Avoiding It
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
No one really wants to deal with Complex problems. Generally, people will act illogically only because they want to avoid uncertainty. One example most people will relate to is the following: Why won’t people leave a job they hate? In theory, no one is forcing you to continue working something you don’t like. There are […] The post Lesson #2: Embrace Complexity Rather Than Avoiding It appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Complex Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
5d ago
When the process of decision-making starts, we typically approach it as we know how to proceed. Or, if we don’t, we quickly move to the alternative: to ask someone for advice to move forward. Rarely, we conclude that we need to “experiment” to find the right solution. Experimentation means unpredictable outcomes. Experimentation means exhausting resources […] The post Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Complex Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Chapter 3: Overview
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
1w ago
Welcome to Chapter 3! Here, we are going to explore the Complex domain in the Cynefin framework. Things are going to get messy at this point. While in the Complicated context there are multiple options available. In the Complex domain, the right answer usually appears only in retrospect. But not only that, even if say […] The post Chapter 3: Overview appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Complicated Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
1w ago
Our vast and hectic day-to-day life constantly introduces us to problems for which the solutions aren’t immediately obvious. When a problem falls into the Complicated domain, we know where we currently stand, we even know what we want to achieve. However, we are puzzled what we should do in the middle. Picture: Line where the […] The post Lesson #3: How to Approach Problems in The Complicated Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Complicated Domain?
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by Ivaylo Durmonski
1w ago
An unexpected and troublesome feature of being human is that we constantly have to deal with situations we don’t fully grasp. Regardless of the fact that we’ve attended school for a decade, we are still daily puzzled of how we should respond in a given situation. Or in other words, for adults, things are complicated. […] The post Lesson #1: What Characterizes The Complicated Domain? appeared first on Durmonski.com ..read more
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