Tag: complexity

  • Communication about Artificial Intelligence

    When German feuilleton readers talk about AGI This blog post is an updated version of a German piece (from Februrary 2019). After three years, I thought it was time to include some exciting developments from 2020 and 2021. The update highlights four examples to illustrate the progress made in Data Science, Machine/Deep Learning, aka AI. Spoiler Alert: […]

  • Introduction to the Viable System Model

    My Video Lectures about the Viable System Model Finally, I am releasing the first three videos about my introduction to the Viable System Model. I decided that I wanted to share everything I have understood so far, but not in a written form anymore. Therefore, I produced a series of simple screen captures and dared […]

  • Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety

    Ashby's Law of Requisite Variety

    The Story of Requisite Variety for Reflective Practitioners It is a real pity that the idea of Requisite Variety is almost unknown. From my perspective, it is astonishing that almost no one with a degree in business has heard about it, not to talk about many Agile or Lean folks. It is insofar unbelievable, as […]

  • Lambertz Lessons Learned PT II

    A heavily biased list of Agile Principles Some of you probably know about the Agile Manifesto, which is sometimes referred as the ultimate source for agile principles and corresponding values. While it does provides valuable insights, I have here and there the feeling that it is not sufficient. Naturally every Manifesto is incomplete, if it’s […]