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Emergence, Coherence, and Business Success

  • Hugo Letiche
  • Michael Lissack
  • Ron Schultz
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Abstract

We are now able, in this chapter, to make four assertions/observations about practice derived from what has already been discussed:
  • Experienced emergence is experienced as coherence.

  • Coherence (often) leads to flow.

  • Coherence is complex; there is difference (and even conflict) inside coherence.

  • Coherence does not necessarily lead to business success, though incoherence often does seem to lead to business failure.

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© Hugo Letiche, Michael Lissack, and Ron Schultz 2011

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  • Hugo Letiche
  • Michael Lissack
  • Ron Schultz

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