April 10, 2014
LANDsds Sustainable Voice News, Think Series
By Dr. Tyra Oldham, Sustainable Thought for the Day
“When in times of complexity it is a good time to think sustainability to determine next steps. When decisions lead to sustainable outcomes versus unsustainable chaos, complexity can be appreciated.”
The opportunity to implement sustainable processes lead to identifying methods to optimize. Sustainability is not one step process but a walk and jump into continuous improvements over the life of organization or organism. This ability to produce continuous improvements allows for varied success that contribute to sustainability.
Sustainability is perceived as environmental yet, it is a means to end and a way of operating an ecosystem. When sustainable thinking is operationalized then too can complexity be managed as larger thinking is implemented considering people, production, process, profit and potential within the probability of potential complexity.