Complexity in Action

Complexity in Action:  join global practitioners as they share their learnings, experiences, adventures and misadventures through a range of events across the week beginning 7 March 2022. This week is about offering an opportunity to explore and share conversations around how people are practically applying complexity tools and methods.  It’s all about theory into applied […]

December 2021 – Wrap up for the year

The Year that Was… continuing to be unpredictable, emergent; full of probes and different lived experiences around the globe. The Complexability Community of Practice started as probe in 2020 out of the interest generated via the October Cynefin 21 events.  In January of this year, the current Complexability Community of Practice was created.  We’ve seen […]

December 2020 – Wrap up for the year

The Year that Was… full of promise in February, hovering on the edge of unpredictability by March, firmly in confusion by April, deep and shallow dives into chaos on an irregular basis depending on your geography across the remainder of the year. And remains in somewhat animated suspension…despite those who are desperate to convince us […]

Complexity is the new normal

yet managers and leaders are required to use tools and methods designed for a predictable, linear ‘cause and effect’ environment. Take the annual strategic planning, budgeting and performance management cycle.. it consumes huge amounts of time, energy and angst, requiring predictive and futuring capabilities to detail a world that ‘everyone knows’ will not happen finally […]

Complexity, Evidence & Innovation

We need innovation It must be evidence-based There are limited resources and a need for guaranteed results Mutually exclusive notions?  Not necessarily… What if… the evidence based innovation was created – in your own context, using the principles of complexity science, not traditional project management. What if… what was learnt from others were principles, heuristics, boundaries,, the […]
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