Human Limits to deal with adaptive systems, how are they managed?


The limits of human possibilities are described by Peter Belohlavek. Adaptive Systems are in permanent movement. Complexes’ objective is to avoid the adaptation process of individuals generating a parallel reality, creating a comfort zone to live in. To apprehend the nature of an adaptive system it is necessary to be able to integrate three aspects: a value adding attitude, the capacity to deal with ambiguity and the capacity to deal with the feedback, whatever this might be.

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Diana Belohlavek
VP Knowledge Management
& Communication

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