Interdependence and modularity

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Modularity Theory (also known as the Theory of Interdependence and Modularity) is a framework for explaining how different parts of a product’s architecture relate to one another and consequently affect metrics of production and adoption.

Christensen Institute

Pretty much every learning product, activity and intervention is interdependent; it only works as a part of a wider whole within the organisation.

Why are we so driven to produce modular support which is both scalable and physically independent from the rest of the organisation?

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