The first generation of newcomers in system platform was restrained by social competence in developmental perspectives. The concept of social competence would modify standard of living for system elements. Criteria in Social competence encapsulate in system platform in order to ensure competencies for newcomers. However, it puts safety barriers for knowledge integration for newcomers. An inadequate standard of living can be deprived many system elements within system platforms. It would lead to low value of harmonic balance which causes complexity in social interactions for newcomers. On the evolutionary path of system performances, deprivation as a side-effect can impact on second generation of newcomers. The second generation of newcomers can be confronted by criteria in social competence too.
The tight global competition, sluggish economic growth, and downsizing through layoff strategies demand implementation of social competence. It recovers high unemployment rate and controls social costs. This experimental test of trade off can encapsulate in system environments in order to reduce complexity and eventually it returns more assets in short term. Nevertheless, numbers of deprived system elements might be increased cross system platforms. The presence of trade-off phenomena can establish cost containment option and multiple complexities which may attenuate social harmonic balance in long term.