Complexityoffer the distinct advantage over previous research that it is not reliant on retrospection nor is it contingent. If the current performance state and future need can be defined, then a truly complexity based system should automatically adapt itself to the new need. We believe that our Complexity Application Model as a , learning and organisational development domain offers real insights into management at all levels. It forms the basis of the “ideal” management, one that self-organises, learns, adapts and evolves with its environment. Theoretically, this type of system is self-governing.
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