Difference between revisions of "Case study: Thomson Reuters"

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In this graph, you can see a representation of the [[Edge of chaos]] practice application.
 
In this graph, you can see a representation of the [[Edge of chaos]] practice application.
 
What happens is that the company is moved away from its “business as usual” stability position into an area where it’s more exposed to risk.
 
What happens is that the company is moved away from its “business as usual” stability position into an area where it’s more exposed to risk.

Revision as of 05:53, 31 May 2012

1. Purpose of this wiki page

This is a case study based on secondary data. The case study examines the relation between Curiosity and the Adaptive Cycle.

2. Analysis of data

3. Conclusion

In this graph, you can see a representation of the Edge of chaos practice application. What happens is that the company is moved away from its “business as usual” stability position into an area where it’s more exposed to risk. This happens due to introduction of the innovative product Eikon . The Company predicts the potential need of the market to use a different product and responds to it way in advance.