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Hong Sun, Management Consultant, Canada, Premium Member
Management plasticity is a concept derived from the term "neuroplasticity" in neuroscience—the ability of human brains to self-organize and form new links, to self-heal from injuries, and to adapt and learn—which allows the brains to make new discoveries and find structural connections between disparities. The practice of management plasticity in organizations is in the form of self-managing principles in combination with a self-organizing network structure that unleashes the "neuroplasticity" potential in people and allows them to develop and connect, self-improve and evolve, innovate and lead. The problem with traditional management principles (often based on rigid budgets and hierarchical control principles) is their underlying assumption that human brains are predictable and controllable, which is completely at odds with the indisputable fact that human brains are probably the most complex adaptive living systems on Earth. Consequently, when command-and-control management is app (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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