quarta-feira, janeiro 31, 2018

"To defeat a network, we had become a network"

"There is no such thing as an organizational panacea—the details will always be different for different people, places, and objectives—but we believe that our model provides a good blueprint.
Eventually, we all have to take a leap of faith and dive into the swirl. Our destination is a future whose form we may not find comforting, but which has just as much beauty and potential as the straight lines and right angles of the past century of reductionism: this future will take the form of organic networks, resilience engineering, controlled flooding—a world without stop signs.
To defeat a network, we had become a network. We had become a team of teams."
E relacionar este "To defeat a network, we had become a network." com a tendência para trabalhar com ecossistemas e plataformas para moldar um mercado? É claro que a guerra não é uma boa metáfora para o mundo económico, mas dá que pensar.

Trechos retirados de "Team of Teams: The Power of Small Groups in a Fragmented World" de Stanley McChrystal e Chris Fussell.

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