Daniel Christian Wahl wrote an article for Resilience.org titled A Brief History of Systems Science, Chaos and Complexity (September 12, 2019).Continue reading “Daniel Christian Wahl on Chaos and Complexity”
Sonja Blignaut asked: “How would you explain to an average person (CEO, teacher, housewife, parent) how to identify that they are in complexity or facing a complex problem? I.e. how do you know something is complex? Without using any of the technical terms or jargon.”
Rick Nason responded:Continue reading “Is it Complicated or Complex?”
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America posted an 8-page PDF titled Rooted and Open which addresses intellectual humility and curiosity.Continue reading “intellectual humility nurtures genuine curiosity”
JP Castlin wrote a blog post titled Cores & Competencies: Introducing Prahalad and Hamel.Continue reading “core competence”
JP Castling wrote a blog post titled Good Strategy & Bad Strategy: Introducing Richard Rumelt (October 1, 2021).Continue reading “Guiding Policy”
Martin Weigel wrote an article titled Visionaries, Prophets, And Heroes: Facing the future Without Them (October 4, 2021).
The article cites Phil Rosenzweig, author of The Halo Effect and the Eight Other Business Delusions That Deceive Managers, Howard Marks, author of The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor, Andy Nair, author of Go Luck Yourself: 40 Ways to Stack the Odds in Your Brand’s Favour, and many others.Continue reading “Martin Weigel on Visionaries, Prophets, Complexity, and Uncertainty”
Rowan Conway, Jeff Masters, and Jake Thorold wrote a paper for RSA titled From Design Thinking to Systems Change, July 2017, 33-page PDF. Continue reading “Augmenting design thinking with a systems thinking approach”
Joss Colchester wrote an article titled The Rise Of Complexity.
« The reductionist approach has both its achievements and failures, out of it we have created a sophisticated and powerful body of knowledge that is one of humanities greatest achievements. But also by breaking things down and focusing on the parts it systematically de-promotes the relations between these parts and the different levels of organization that can emerge out of them. » Continue reading “The Rise Of Complexity”