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Marco Valente Mar 1
THREAD List of books that have helped me make sense of Complex Adaptive Systems and work in them more skillfully. For each a mini description
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Marcus Guest 7h
An inability to think in complexity terms has contributed to our lack of preparedness and ability to respond to this crisis. In the AC (After-Covid) world having a business model that’s ignorant of is going to leave you not only exposed but unable to adapt
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Anxiety Path Jan 31
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Bruno Baketaric Feb 24
'In you define a direction of travel, not a goal, because if you start on a journey you will discover things you didn't know you could discover which have high utility. If you have an explicit goal you may miss the very things that you need to discover.' ~ D. Snowden
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ComplexityExplorer Mar 12
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Alexandru Tomescu Mar 5
We proved that indexing labeled to support efficient matching queries is impossible (under the SETH conjecture from computational ).
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Mikael Seppälä Mar 26
Conventional vs. nonconventional thinking capacities fare differently in contexts. Together they form complementary thinking capacities which can help deal with higher levels of . Source:
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Cognitive Edge Mar 20
A leader must first act to establish order, then sense where stability is present and where it is absent, and then respond by working to transform the situation from chaos to complexity. -
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Beyon Miloyan Mar 23
No one: scientists: “There is no such thing as pathogens. There are microorganisms and hosts. Disease is a result of their interaction. Virulence is an emergent property. The experts don't tell you this because they don't understand complex systems. You’re welcome.”
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dr. jo-anne veltman 🌍#StayAtHomeSavesLives Feb 8
Change happens on the edge of chaos.
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Simplexity Catalysts Mar 25
It Wasn’t Just Trump Who Got It Wrong
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Sam Rye Mar 3
If you're working on strategies for change, where you spread the risk by creating a range of options and scenarios - this is a useful resource.
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Chris Corrigan Feb 16
Have a look at this video and then come join us if and interests you! This four week on line course starts in ten days!
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C2 Connecting Communities 4h
Hot meals from grew from 30 on Mon to 85 on Fri... Seems this new title for Dawn is fitting - with more than a nod to complexity theory, which underpins the approach to community self-organisation
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Thom Kearney Mar 19
"The big idea of management is to take the thinking out of the doing." ... "Complexity killed management in the 70's" ... "Complicated can be controlled, the complex is full of surprises"
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Yuen Yuen Ang Feb 18
Scenario analysis is not the same as "wishful thinking" All agendas in global politics are premised on China's continued rise. Those who refuse to even imagine possibilities of change will be the ones "shocked" when change arrives.
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Michael Szell Mar 14
friends, has anyone thought about modeling optimal behavior during epidemics as an El Farol problem? For example, prepping/traveling when nobody is doing so, avoiding it otherwise. Or is this better covered by hedging, or optimal stopping?
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Olli-Pekka Heinonen Feb 19
Great honor to discuss with ⁦⁩ about thinking in public service. The earlier episodes definitely worth listening
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The Complexity Void Mar 26
"Widespread asystemic thinking may have cost America the entire month of Feb, and much of what we’d normally consider credible media were part of that failure." -
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Noémie Bouhana 7h
Thank you. If anyone's after it, the paper's pinned to my profile.
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