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Antifragile organizations are those that have a culture that enables them to learn fast from their environment and adapt to it so they can take advantage of volatility.

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- Introduction to real world beyond fragility

- Building an antifragile organization based on the agile triplet Antifragility - Robustness - Fragility

- Rethinking and reconfiguring the workforce

- Composing an antifragile infrastructure

- Rethinking and managing business continuity

- Rethinking the ethics of fragiliy and antifragility from your company's point of view

Triad: The agile triplet Antifragility - Robustness - Fragility

Half of life -the interesting half of life- we dont have a name for: the antifragile half!

The term “antifragility,” coined by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his book

Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder,

is defined by the source of its strength.

Like the human body, whose immune system gets stronger from exposure to germs and diseases, the antifragile system improves or responds positively when shocked.

While fragile systems are easily injured and suffer from volatility, antifragile systems grow stronger in response to volatility. So-called robust systems remain unchanged.

The fragile are susceptible to large lethal shocks.

The robust can handle adversity but stay the same.

The antifragile grow and improve (evolve) from external shocks.  

The agile move and adapt rapidly ... see also AGIL Schema für Agiles Management

Antifragile Leadership Terminology



Culture of Antifragility

Fundamental Asymmetry (Seneca´s Asymmetry)

Heuristics, Biases, and Noise 

Procrusten Bed


Lecturing-Birds-How-to-Fly Effect 

Curiosity is Antifragile


(Rational) Flaneur

Barbell Strategy


Tantalized Class

Naturalistic Risk Management

Burden of Evidence (Beweislast)

Ludic Fallacy (Ludische Verzerrung)

Antifragile Tinkering, Bricolage (Antifragiles Tüfteln)

Ping Pong Thinking

Fooled by Randomness


Naive Interventionism

Naive Rationalism

Turkey and Inverse Turkey (Truthahn, umgekehrter Truthahn)

Doxastic Commitment or Soul in the Game


Opaque Heuristic

Agency Problem

Hammurabi Risk Management

Green Lumber Fallacy (Grünholztäuschung)

Skin in the Game

Empedocles´ Tile


Ethical Problems as Transfers of Asymmetry (Fragility)

Rational Optionality

Ethical Inversion

Narrative Fallacy (Narrative Verzerrung)

Narrative Discipline

Non-narrative Action

Robust Narrative

Subtractive Knowledge (Subtraktive Prophezeiung)

Via negativa

Subtractive Prophecy

Lindy Effect





Nonlinearities, Convexity Effects (smiles and frowns) Philosopher´s Stone (Conveity Bias)

Rent Seeking

Revelation of Preferences (Aufdeckung von Präferenzen)

Regulatory Capture (Ausnutzen von Regulierungsmanahmen)

Scientism vs. Science


Minority Rule


Intellectual Monoculture

Virtue Merchandising

Prinzip der Barmherzigkeit

Golden Rule (Symmetry)

Silver Rule (negativ formulierte Goldene Regel)

Probability Blindness

Probability, the Child of Skepticism

Wittgenstein´s Ruler 


"The Intellectual Yet Idiot IYI knows at any given point in time what his words or actions are doing to his reputations, likes to use buzzwords from philosophy of science when discussing unrelated phenomena; he goes two or three levels too theoretical for a given problem.

But a much easier marker: he doesn´t even deadlift." - Skin in the game p. 126

and many more to come ... 

just a liitle more about Leadership Antifragile: Competencies for Mastering Complexity