Smart Simplicity concept eliminates unnecessary complicatedness from companies by diagnosing problems and designing solutions.
Expanding regulations, new technologies, and rising customer expectations are just some of the complexities that organisations confront. Historically, companies have responded to such external requirements and challenges by increasing their internal complicatedness, which Ceteris defines as the number of procedures, vertical layers, interface structures, coordination bodies, decision approvals, and other add-ons.
Complicatedness results in many performance issues, such as high costs, slow decision-making, siloed thinking, a lack of innovation, and difficulty getting things done—all common concerns of CEOs today. While complexity is a fact of business life, complicatedness doesn’t have to be.
What Is Smart Simplicity?