Cynefin Framework

Using the Cynefin framework can help executives sense which context they are in so that they can not only make better decisions but also avoid the problems that arise when their preferred management style causes them to make mistakes.

The Cynefin Framework is a very interesting model for leaders who need to evaluate the effectiveness of their leadership styles in complex situations.

Dave Snowden's Cynefin blog explores many case studies of the framework in action, but I think you'll find the video and link below to be a great place to start.

Read at Harvard Business Review

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