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Uniform Processes are also a Risk
eugenio bastianon, Professor, Italy, Member

The edge of chaos is the best situation for a company. We can define the edge of chaos as the simultaneity of order and creativity. The Walt Disney company has built its success on the edge of chaos (E.D. Beinhocker, 1997).
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Uniformity of Processes is a Risk
GHESSASSI, Student (University), Morocco, Member

I agree with the idea, because not aiming for uniform processes makes it easier to innovate and makes you less rigid to follow changing conditions in de the external environment:
- Clients changing preferences
- Competitors changing their offering or processes
It also means you are relying less on a specific location, staff and technology.
 
 

         
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