Accounting, 76

Archetypal conflict, 74

Balanced system

decoupling, 50

first production cycle, 48–49

interdependencies and variation, 49

market demand, 50–51

production capacity, 50

production flow, 48

second production cycle, 49–50

units “lost” inside production chain, 49

Bitcoin, 55

Blockchain, 7, 55, 56

Buffer management, 52–53

Buffer time, 53

Business school conflict, 131–132

Cartesian approach, 104

“Cash Flow Statements,” 76

Cause-and-effect relationships, 108

Cause–effect map, 122

Cognitive challenge, 143

Cognitive constraint, 113–114

Cognitive shift, 66

Collaboration and cooperation

hierarchy, 41–42

network theory, 40–43

organizations, 39

Collaborative work, 7–8

Collective intelligence, 103

Competencies, ...

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