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Pawahanee, however, said the Philippines has not yet reached a certain level of IT complexity to warrant worries on such problems.
Roughly eight out of 10 financial institutions in the high complexity category will spend more money on technology in 2015, the report stated, with approximately one in four investing a great deal more.
Complexity theory is very much concerned with the study of the structure and dynamics of complex adaptive systems (CAS), characterised with nonlinearity, self-organization, and emergent properties [6].
At the same time, customers ask for fluidity, implying that companies need to decipher complexity to propose simple services.
We were motivated by these observations to find a way of understanding and actively managing complexity in projects, both to reduce its risks and to access its potential benefits.
With highly technical R&D programmes, strict regulation and sophisticated products it is tempting to argue that complexity is an inevitable consequence of operating in the pharma industry.
Complexity in managing business in the region is also increasing with new regulations, increased competition, varied and increasing resource requirements, growing risks in multiple areas of business and the demand of clients and customers for businesses to offer value for money," said Michael Armstrong, partner-in-charge of the Oman Office.
Kearney has shown that many companies fail to fully understand the relationship between complexity and costs within their product portfolios.
Establishing routine, reliable care and teamwork for any commonly occurring combination of biomedical and psychosocial health conditions is indeed very important and can become quite challenging even before considering patient complexity factors that can interfere with usual care and decision-making.
And just to complicate matters, most people belong to at least two communities: their workplace and their society, and those communities may well have evolved different strategies for dealing with complexity.
With these six papers, we do not claim a comprehensive introduction of complexity and systems studies in China as a whole.
The strategy created a context of contemporary change in the classroom by structuring a written assignment to mimic a characteristic of complexity theory.
This exponential growth of our tax law, in terms of size, scope and complexity, has spawned a universe of statutory law and regulatory pronouncements that is profoundly difficult for taxpayers to understand and comply with and for tax administrators to examine, interpret, and enforce.
As described by Mark Gottfredson and Keith Aspinall, an institution's innovation fulcrum is that point at which the number of products or services it offers strikes the right balance between customer satisfaction and operating complexity.
We begin with a blank x-y chart where complexity increases along the vertical y-axis and goodness along the horizontal x-axis.