Suppose you are in charge of strategic management. Or digital strategy. Or any other area that is focused on the future.
In 2012 ‘Antifragile’ was published. An ingenious book, written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Until then no word existed for the exact opposite of fragility.
You may compare antifragility to Hormesis, the biological version of antifragility. What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.
The best way is to invest in the antifragility of both your systems and your organisation.
Most famous example is Chaos Engineering. It is the practice of intentionally injecting random failure in a system.
Are you sure? If it is so effective, why didn’t I hear of Antifragility before?
The examples mentioned above mainly concern IT organisations, but antifragility is widely applicable in any organisation.
We work with ambitious clients who understand that antifragility plays a crucial role in their future.
There is an antifragile touch to connecting or emailing. You are antifragile for a source of volatility...