Category Archives: Systemic leadership

Leadership and systemic innovation: socio-technical systems, ecological systems, and evolutionary systems design

Innovation comprises an area of human activity that bridges disciplinary boundaries in epistemological domains as well as action frameworks in ontological domains. It involves a complex system composed of people, organizations, role structures, skills, and knowledge bases, in addition to … Continue reading

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Adaptive social learning for systemic leadership

What’s involved in developing human capacity to address complexity, taking a mid- to the longer-term view than is usual? How can we create the conditions in which people can cope with the daily challenges of living in a complex world … Continue reading

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