Preparing for and adapting to radical non-linear change

I’ve finally finished uploading clips from the LSE talk I gave last month on management strategies for complexity and non-linear change.

This final clip emphasises that the connectivity, interaction and volatility of complex adaptive systems makes non-linear change inevitable and their timing unknowable.  I then argue that it is difficult to build resilience in the context of our modern social system and that a policy of building adaptive capacity is the best approach to managing and surviving social phase transition.

This stands in direct opposition to the notion of “resilience”, which I’ll expand upon in a future post.  Happy holidays in the mean time everyone!

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