black swan

Enterprise Architecture – Theory of Constraints – EA unravels Complexity – ‘Success is not Luck’

Goldratt on ‘Theory of Constraint’

    Advt based on TOC – Regulated Harmony

While credit card speeded up the process, it did take away money from one and made dependent on the Creditors. Credit Card companies make awesome loads of money taking advantage of the imposed systemic dependency. (antithesis)

    Note: TOC attempts to detect bottlenecks in processes (especially in a simpler process cell) that may eventually choke the entire system.

Self Regulating Chaos (subconscious intelligence)

    Or is it really Harmony Discerned from Chaos !!Probabilistic Determinism – seems like Harmony, While individual occurances are stochastic (random)

The Black Swan


Millions Miles Away a Butterfly Flapped its Wing :-

The movie above deals with Mandlebrot’s fractals, that is proposed to model more complex market behavior riddiled with ‘randomness’.

Mandlebrot’s fractal is proposed in opposition to gaussian distribution a trait of the cartesian system also that relies on the adam smith’s model. Black Swan is a metaphorical treatment of the existence of the randomness in the system that makes it highly improbable. 

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is an advocate for in-determinism while dealing with large probabilistically distributed system (large enterprise architectures) cz_07rev_nt_0524taleb.html 

Extracts from Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s article

“Globalization allowed the U.S. to specialize in the creative aspect of things, the risk-taking production of concepts and ideas–that is, the scalable part of production, in which more income can be generated from the same fixed assets through innovation. By exporting jobs, the U.S. has outsourced the less scalable and more linear components of production, assigning them to the citizens of more mathematical and culturally rigid states, who are happy to be paid by the hour to work on other people’s ideas.”

For those who constantly worry and inquire into future 

“We need more tinkering: Uninhibited, aggressive, proud tinkering. We need to make our own luck. We can be scared and worried about the future, or we can look at it as a collection of happy surprises that lie outside the path of our imagination.”

Ideas supporting probabilistically large indeterministic systems


Generative Order

Implicate Order