Companies Become Self-Organizing Systems

As firms develop a peripheral nervous system composed of sensors and a central nervous system with computers that enables the firm to learn, adapt and innovate, we have to ask, “How will those firms be organized and managed to extract the maximum value from these capabilities?”

It’s not yet clear exactly how the most successful businesses of the 21st century will be run in order to most effectively leverage knowledge workers and exploit the advantages of complex adaptive systems.  In fact, Peter Drucker argues that this decision re.....

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