In this Advisor, I adapt the term “directional selection” to a business use to indicate the natural shift an organization goes through when one way of achieving a business goal has a better economic outcome, or directional selection, than any other alternative. Indeed, directional selection in complex, large organizations is the force behind the many changes required to increase an organization’s fitness.
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