Wednesday, February 22, 2023


To clarify nonlinear logic underneath, you have to get out of the conventional thinking box that confines itself to linear relationships, deepen cross-disciplinary understanding of human dynamics.

The business world is diverse, nonlinear, and ambiguous today; the digital landscape has many dimensions - technically, philosophically, and sociologically. the multifaceted perspectives unfold into a wider enhancement of growth & balance continuum. 

Companies have to stretch out in every business dimension, create momentum, and adapt to the new business dynamic. Logic could be perceived from different angles, but more importantly, needs to be proven, abstracted for clarifying sequence and consequences, and improving business agility and innovation.

Identify patterns and learn what makes a good pattern good so you can derive your own solutions in each new situation: Logic enables people to infer and defer, preliminarily understand the extent of any problems or conditions, grasp truths, facts, meanings or relationships. Patterns evoke and gestate higher-order regulation while clarifying fundamentals of decomposition and debunking the serendipity of innovation.

Seek out new patterns wherever you can discover them actively, whether the pattern-seeking follows more conventional structures or more divergent methods have a direct relationship to our creative potential. Learn a growing set of patterns and understand how patterns can be combined in ways that "make sense" syntactically and add insight semantically; so you can select one when it is useful to generate value through it.
It takes logical processes and stepwise scenarios to design, build, scale and optimize differentiated business competency: It’s important to understand the coherent business logic of the whole enterprise, mostly not at the level of part of the organization. typically look at complexity from a business impact perspective and from a solution perspective. Strategy scrutinization via logical reasoning usually involves early in the life-cycle and careful examination of numbers and types of stakeholders across the organization; numbers of external dependencies, capturing both the individual's development needs and organizational strategic perspectives.

Through an interdisciplinary lens, the breadth and depth of business management improvement include people development, process optimization, workflow optimization, competency development, culture evolution, and etc. Applying interdisciplinary logic to gain an understanding of the nonlinear business ecosystem could be at the tipping point for the global paradigm shift.

It's good to apply logic to understand complexity, optimize complexity in order to convey “just right” simplicity:
Complexity is often nonlinear with multifaceted touch points and varying angles you can see through it. Over-complexity in a business may be hiding simple and innovative ways to achieve things because the people involved just don't get the time to step back from the complexity.

There is a relationship between simplicity and clarity. Every meaningful complexity has a certain level of intelligence in it. You need logic to understand complexity and you need complexity to understand simplicity. Clarify such a “simplexity” logic from design, decision or development perspectives by asking: How do you know that simplicity is "just right"? How do you know you have the minimum required complexity to get the work done or solve problems effectively? The intention to solve complex problems is not about finding the perfect solution but making optimal problem resolution.

It is difficult to encounter a 'real world' (physical/commercial) problem whose solution does not follow any logic at all. To clarify nonlinear logic underneath, you have to get out of the conventional thinking box that confines itself to linear relationships, deepen cross-disciplinary understanding of human dynamics and business interdependence, in order to lubricate business relationships, and find the leverage to unlock performance significantly.


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