Easier, faster more useful Enterprise Architectures may be possible with System Dynamics

Posted by:

Enterprise Architecture ‘ is used by IT leaders to link IT to Strategy. LinkedIn Pulse article at http://sdl.re/LIPEA follows discussions with Open Group about the real possibility that living business models we could help with EA projects.

Continue Reading →

Living Business Models: LinkedIn Pulse article

Posted by:

http://sdl.re/dynamicbusinessmodels

Building on earlier posts about Business Models, this LinkedIn Pulse article clarifies how living, dynamic, quantified models can take us much further than is possible with qualitative frameworks. Better still – this is now easier, faster and more reliable than creating spreadsheet models that are way less useful.

Continue Reading →

HR with data

Posted by:

Organisation View‘s Andrew Marritt tells me top firms’ want to model workforce planning and talent pipelines, reflecting increasingly data-driven HR management. Syngenta, ABB, Nestlé and others have very large teams across multiple functions and business units, and small changes to hiring, turnover, promotion, transfer and age profiles make a big difference to their ability to grow and support their businesses … and management in other functions expect HR to figure out what to do, not just to meet short-term needs ...

Continue Reading →

Strategy in disease response

Posted by:

Strategy is not just for business. How best to suppress disease outbreaks (One Health)? See Rabies model built after just 3 hours tuition (!) by students at Royal Veterinary College. Such policy issues have big financial implications too, of course – vaccinating or sterilising dogs is not cheap. Previous successes include the World Health Organisations strategy for Continue Reading →

Aid for Trade

Posted by:

Some UK Aid aims to boost Trade to help cut poverty. Videos + models at http://sdl.re/AidForTradeVideos show how planning and managing Aid for Trade could be enhanced using strategy dynamics principles. [From a pilot study for DFID, the UK Dept for International Development. Many other Aid agencies also work on Aid for Trade]

Three things need to work for small scale exporters to trade [a] Access : ports or border crossings, roads or other links to get there …[b] Capacity : buildings ...

Continue Reading →
Page 1 of 2 12