Monthly Archives: November 2016

9 – Requisite Variety

Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety In discussions about the quality of control (or consistent with the themes in this blog the quality of muddling), Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety is often raised. Basically, this Law states that for full control, the variety … Continue reading

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Visiting TU Delft (Nov 13-19, 2016)

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8 – Incrementalism: The turtle versus the hare.

Social Friction Have you ever had a fantastic idea that got crushed in discussions with peers and colleagues? Perhaps, the idea was not completely crushed, but it became necessary to compromise and to modify or delay implementation of your idea … Continue reading

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