Cynefin implications for IT Archetects

February 18, 2009

Its always interesting to see how people apply the Cynefin framework to different subject areas. Here is one from Andrew Johnston of the Agile community on software architecture. I met him on one of the recent seminars and he passed me the link (with permission to re-publish).

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