SOLVING EXTREME
PROBLEMS NOW !
HELPING THE INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENTS
FACE THE CHALLENGES OF THE XXI CENTURY
The uncontrolle...
Frequent challenges caused by
growing complexity.
How can You best resolve:
• Non-performing patterns to avoid
them in the...
Many of our critical infrastructures function in proximity
of their critical complexity limit. This means that the
number ...
Copyright 2014 Ontonix Srl. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of Onton...
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HELPING THE INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENTS
FACE THE CHALLENGES OF THE XXI CENTURY

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  • Thank you Marco - this will quickly become a vital survival tool for the TBTF organizations - and more importantly a pragmatic way to reestablish the trust lost in our current 'leadership'.
    Trust is a key ingredient to get the economy back on track again.
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  • Interesting your solutions for what could be called 'wicked problems'.

    The last image is gorgeous!

    Well done!
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Extreme Problems Challenge

  1. 1. SOLVING EXTREME PROBLEMS NOW ! HELPING THE INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENTS FACE THE CHALLENGES OF THE XXI CENTURY The uncontrolled growth of complexity in our global society is the main cause of today’s Extreme Problems. High complexity means high losses and inefficiency. The problem, therefore, is how to manage complexity.
  2. 2. Frequent challenges caused by growing complexity. How can You best resolve: • Non-performing patterns to avoid them in the future? • Identify risks and take corrective action as early as possible? • Production losses before they occur? • Cash flow shortages’ by taking pro-active decisions? • Logistics inefficiencies to find a resolution quickly? • Security issues of IT and network infrastructures early? Mission critical Infrastructures and their reliable, multilayered non-stop interaction of systems, networks and processes make us dependent. Exponential and unmanaged growth of complexity, comes with the cost of inefficiency and diminishing profitability. If root causes are not fixed early this endangers corporate survival. Simultaneous proliferations of modern technologies boosts this vulnerability. When it comes to man-made systems bad design is the cause. The inability of conventional science to embrace the systems perspective of things on the one hand, and neglecting complexity on the other, provides an efficient barrier to solving today’s extreme problems. Extreme problems are very large- scale multi-disciplinary problems that cannot be solved using conventional technology. In such cases it is impossible to determine the cause of the problem not only because of its sheer size but, most importantly, because it is frequently perceived through conventional eyes and distorted by narrow and linear thinking.
  3. 3. Many of our critical infrastructures function in proximity of their critical complexity limit. This means that the number of potential failures is phenomenally high. In collaboration with CINECA the supercomputer center, Ontonix offers radically new means to diagnose and solve extreme problems. We measure complexity, identify all of its different roots using multi-level Complexity Profiling of systems and sub-systems until the best and least costly solution is found. Not measuring complexity means loss of control and poor efficiency propagation. Our patented rating theory developed in 2003 measures complexity and it is exploited for Quantitative Complexity Management (QCM). With QCM we are the first company capable of scientifically measuring complexity. QCM is a new native KPI (Key Performance Indicator) of any all systems we monitor. In "A New Theory of Risk and Rating" (http://www.ontonix.com/Books.htm) Dr. Ing. Jacek Marczyk for the first time published a revolutionary and radically innovative approach illustrating that quantitative complexity management (QCM)is a modern and superior form of systemic risk management. In further studies, with practical cases he demonstrates implemention benefits. Ontonix offer is comprised of services and software for: - Analysis, - Monitoring and - Benchmarking the complexity of your systems used in relation to processes and techniques. As a result, risks and opportunities for improvement are fully mapped. This is performed step by step, we do: - preliminary study and analysis - validate findings and launch change improvements implementation program. This is followed by measuring improvement of processes ROI. Finally, this can be integrated into the company control KPI systems.
  4. 4. Copyright 2014 Ontonix Srl. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of Ontonix ONTONIX S.r.l Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini 2, 22100 Como, ITALY www.ontonix.com

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