Uncertainty, Awareness and Ambiguity – Principles

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This short essay considers uncertainty, awareness and ambiguity as involving both issues of knowledge, e.g. future possibilities, and what we call interdisciplinarity — bringing people together with different understandings and assumptions.  The argument is that the process of resolving the ambiguity in peoples’ viewpoints is often the most fundamental problem in organisational life.


Boschetti, F. (2020, July 28). Considering uncertainty, awareness and ambiguity as a three-dimensional space – Integration and Implementation Insights. https://i2insights.org/2020/07/28/uncertainty-awareness-ambiguity/

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