Thirty nine (ii)

In particular, not everyone yet appreciated the difference between “complexity” and “complicated”, especially as they’re often used synonymously in everyday language.

ACTION: Eli to arrange a complexity training session.

This training aside, the consensus is that navigating complexity – in the age of big data (see below) – represents a source of considerable competitive advantage.

With the exception of news of Georgio’s home remodeling, the conversation over lunch was dominated by the morning’s work. More specifically, it was dominated by everyone retelling in their own words what they’d heard and learned, a good sign that we were truly knowledge building.