By Constantin Malik
Wars, revolutions, and monetary mess ups don't have to occur. there are methods to rework governmental rules to be able to stay away from such catastrophes. what's needed—argues administration professional Constantin Malik—is to count on swap and to arrange for it. With this hugely instructive and provocative booklet, Malik brings administration conception to govt, suggesting a sequence of latest equipment and tools for winning governance, techniques in accordance with the most recent learn within the fields of crowd psychology and administration cybernetics.
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System 2 – Coordination and Oscillation Damping We have seen that in a Viable System there will usually be several Systems 1. When drawn on a chart they may look alike, but in reality they may differ substantially. After all, each System 1 is autonomous and has its own business, which operates in an environment peculiar to it. Still, all Systems 1 belong to a greater whole – the Viable System in focus. Therefore, a System 1 should not be operating in a manner which causes trouble to any other System 1.
As we shall be more concerned with the latter category of crowds, it might be, nonetheless, useful to have a quick look at crowds in general. On the one hand, this should give an impression of and a feeling for what crowds are and how they behave. On the other hand, visible crowd phenomena (or advanced or second order phenomena as I shall call them) often result from invisible ones (basic or first order phenomena) or at least could not occur without them. Understanding crowds in general might make it easier to make the link between them and then see why the study of basic crowd movements is so relevant.
Although there is a constant flow of information from System 1 to System 3, only System 1 possesses all the information that is needed to cope with the variety created in its environment. 43 If System 3 were to make excessive use of its power to issue commands, it would strangle this autonomy, which would then result in an inability of System 1 to make full use of the knowledge it possesses to cope with its own variety. And System 3 does not have requisite variety to do so in its stead. Therefore, the better System 1 has been set up and the better the coordination by System 2 works, the less System 3 will have to issue direct commands to restrain the autonomy of System 1.
Ahead of change : how crowd psychology and cybernetics transform the way we govern by Constantin Malik