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Networks and interconnections ~ Systems thinking and design thinking ~ Complexity and diversity ~ Sustainability and resilience ~ Crowdsourcing, the bazaar, copyleft ~ Heterarchy, shared decision-making ~ Process, change, dynamics, emergence ~ Synthesis, context, ecology
Why do so many organisations work so badly and how can we improve the way they’re run?
How can we dramatically improve education, healthcare and the rest of the public sector?
How can we create better plans and strategies for the future in business, government and in society at large?
How can we re-imagine the way we move around in and explore our world, its history and its future?
How can we apply what we know about systems thinking and complexity theory? What is it to be a leader in a less hierarchical world?
How can the terms ‘power’ and ‘love’ help us understand teams, organisations and families better?
Why are hierarchical structures still the default when there are better ways of doing things?
How can we be more innovative and creative at work and away from work?
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