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I was just watching a series of DVD lectures titled, “Understanding Complexity” by Professor Scott Page of the University of Michigan. In one of those lectures, he discussed the differences between positive feedback (doing more of a thing gets you … Continue reading
Conceiving of organizations as complex as well is complicated, has implications for those who are trying to help those systems move towards desired objectives. Complex systems are non-linear; that is, they do not function in “cause and effect” relationships, outputs … Continue reading
In our earlier explorations of “the Complexity Space,” we introduced the concept of “ecosystems.” Ecosystem Dimensions are the deep patterns and structures that create the initial conditions for operation and change in complex adaptive systems. They are difficult, if not … Continue reading