Parts 6-7 of the End-to-End Value Chain (E2E) Management Cybernetics learning series has been published by The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) in collaboration with Dr. Boysen Management + Consulting. This follows the launch of parts 1-5 of the learning series paper in January and February. Cybernetics is a transdisciplinary approach to explore regulatory systems, their structures, constraints, and possibilities. The learning series paper aims to help influential people within management roles reach better decisions in our dynamic business world.
Part 6 of the learning series delves into system-orientated process design and stabilising feedback mechanisms. It gives insights into how to design processes in an output-orientated way, and how to avoid “blind” effort, errors and redundancy by aligning demand and possibility. It also gives readers the opportunity to learn how to design processes as nature does, while highlighting the significance of feedback mechanisms in processes.
Part 7 then goes on to explore how to right-size the overhead of organisations without suffering from shortcomings afterwards, and allows readers to learn about the general options for efficient and sustainable direct operations. Readers will also be introduced to a model for
effectively down-sizing staff without losing flexibility.
The publication of parts 6-7 of marks the third in an exciting six segment launch leading up to June 2020.
Download parts 6-7 and stay tuned for more!