Irrational Exuberance!

To innovate, first deprecate.

April 7, 2019 Building on my recent post on Magnitudes of exploration, which discusses an approach to balancing platform standardization and exploring for superior platforms, I wanted to also look into this problem from a systems thinking perspective, similar to my previous examination of why limiting work-in-progress works.

Why limiting work-in-progress works.

February 17, 2019 Several years ago, my friend Bobby showed me an article about a CEO who used systems thinking to understand their company's bottlenecks, which eventually lead to him buying out his cofounder, who had been leading their sales team. As is the case for most stories about ourselves that we decide to publish widely, this decision turned out to be the right one, and their business flourished.

Binder for hosting Jupyter notebooks.

February 10, 2019 A while ago I wrote about modeling a hiring funnel as an example of creating a system model, but that post doesn't explore how the process of evolving a system model can be helpful. This post does.

Writing a reliability strategy: reason about complex things with system models.

February 9, 2019 A while ago I wrote about modeling a hiring funnel as an example of creating a system model, but that post doesn't explore how the process of evolving a system model can be helpful. This post does.

Modeling a hiring funnel with Systems library.

September 18, 2018 After writing the Introduction to systems thinking, I scheduled my yearly trip through the internet looking for easy to use and reasonably priced systems modeling software, and didn't quite find what I wanted, so I wrote something.