Why Either/ Or Thinking is Dangerous
December 21, 2012 Editor 0
Either/Or thinking is very dangerous in a complex system – precisely because nothing is always absolutely so. And, for better or worse, we live in a whole set of complex systems. We have to figure out how to move beyond Either/Or thinking. In the following article, Tim Kastelle puts forward a few ideas and tools that can help.
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