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Shifting the Burden Archetype

Gene Bellinger
A shifting the burden structure occurs when there are different ways to address a situation. With one approach being easier, faster, and requiring fewer resources, which do you think gets pursued? The problem is that taking the easier path ensures one will have to take the easier path repeatedly, and makes it harder to pursue the long-term better solution.

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Systemswiki AIAC Archetype Shifting The Burden

  • 4 months 3 weeks ago

Clone of theWay/Introduction

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This is a summary version of the theWay model which presents the essence of the overall model though not all the detailed pieces. It was created as a way to get a quick sense of all the pieces at once.

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  • 2 months 2 weeks ago

Clone of Fixes that Fail Archetype

Simon Deeley

We often set out to solve a problem or accomplish some particular result and things seem to go as planned. As time progresses it seems that progress becomes more and more difficult, if not impossible, and things may actually become worse than when we started. When this happens it is typically a Fixes that Fail structure that's operating.

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Systemswiki AIAC Archetype Fixes That Fail

  • 1 month 2 weeks ago

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