The Use of the Cynefin Model for Innovation

arthurkruisman —  19 juni 2014 — Een reactie plaatsen

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Cynefin Revised 1 The Cynefin Framework is a sense-making one and is registered copyright to Cognitive Edge

Firstly a very brief explanation of the Cynefin Model and why I find it highly valuable for innovation.

Innovation has many characteristics of a complex adaptive system as I have crudely  attempted to explain here.

The three primary states within the Cynefin framework are Ordered Systems (including Obvious and Complicated), Complexity and Chaos.

Order is split into two, as this handles a key difference in human knowledge between those states, where the cause and effect relationship is obvious and those where it requires greater analysis or expertise.

Exploring a process of emergent discovery for innovation

Most innovators are working in and certainly far more familiar, in the ordered domains of obvious innovation. Equally they understand their place and contribution to be growing in their comfort in the part they play in the more complicated domain, where…

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