I have a friend who loves to draw linear process maps. Start, box>box>box>box, End. Occasionally there is a decision loop. Neat, pretty, controllable.
He doesn’t care for my commentary that his process maps are a selective slice of a much more complex set of interlocking processes with many feedback loops and threshold states, creating multiple Nash equilibrium points. There is no finish line. [Read more…] about There is No Finish Line