Title: Detail and Dynamic Complexity
It is not uncommon in the business world for a seemingly successful company to suddenly begin to falter in sales for no apparent reason. In this weeks resource ”When Growth Stalls,” the authors purport that a majority of stall factors stem from poor strategy or organizational design and are controllable by management. By using a systems approach, the possible root causes of the declines are more easily identifiable. The authors also offer advice on avoiding root causes of growth stalls. After reviewing this resource as well as the other resources for this week, respond to the following:
Compare and contrast detail complexity with dynamic complexity.
How could systems thinking help to prevent stall points in organizations?
Do you think stall points are examples of detail complexity or dynamic complexity?
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