ഉപയോക്താവ്:Devanshy

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"Every paradigm will, in the process of finding new problems, uncover problems it cannot solve. And those unsolvable problems provide the catalyst for triggering the paradigm shift."

"Each paradigm identifies the beacons to the next paradigm. Yet unless you are sensitive to those signals, you will make a perfectlyrational mistake: You will assume that sooner or later the paradigm you are presenmtly practicing will solve ALL the rest of your problems."

Soooo we tend to hold onto our old models too long.

So who shifts (changes) the prevailing paradigm???

Thomas Kuhn identified two categories of pradigm shifters:

1: Young people fresh out of training - they have studied the paradigm but never really practiced in it. Albert Einstein & Steve Jobs are examples here.

2: An older person shifting fields - an expert in another field - they operational naivete about the field they have just entered -- they don't know what can't be done. - if you don't know what can't be done -- sometimes you do it. They wonder about approaches accepted by those "in the know". W. Edward Deming, a statistician & outsider, became the guru of TQM (total quality management) and a cahnged global manufacturing, especially in Japan.

Joel Barker has identified two more categories:

3: The Maverick -- an indsider, who sees problems & understands the present paradigm will not solve them. They are always asking questions -- often no very popular until there is an unsolvable crisis. They are knowledgeable about the paradigm but not captured by it. Paul Galvin of Motorola who developed amll radios for cars & his son who tookl motorola out of consumer electronics and into integrated chips.

4: Tinkerers -- They run into special problems but don;t know it is unsolvable , just that it is their problem -- they solve their small problem & in the process, inadvertantly create a special example that leads to a model , a thoery, an approach for solving an entire class of problems. Who revolutionized accounting decades ago - a young computer programmer, dan bricklin who used his apple to create a spreadsheet - VisiCalc for financial forecasting.

I have found new employees are valuable resources in the office becasue they are a fresh set of ideas who can cahnge how we do things for the better. They have a different experience set & do not yet know why we do it that way - they ask questions & cause us to re-examine how we do what we do . I am sure you have found that naive newcomers some time ask the hardest questions because they do not share your assumptions.

Who leads the shift of paradigms - paradigm pioneers - they have courage as well as intuition.


A book I think would appeal to you:

Paradigms: The business of discovering the future. - Joel Arthur Barker.

More focused on scientific fields, more narrow, boring read, but the intellectual foundation for Barker's book ( Barkers book stand well on its' own): The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn


Hope you find the above interesting. If you do, Barker's book is a great read. Available from Amazon.


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