On the Complexity of Change

The headings used in this Table of Contents are more keyword-based; they are not necessarily identical to the titles of the same blog posts.

If you are interested in reading more systematically about our thinking on the Complexity of Change, here the individual texts are put in one meaningful order.

  1. Change … and what now?
  2. Problem solving and the Cynefin framework
    1. Simple and linear problems
    1. Complex problems
    2. Chaotic problems
      1. Example: The chaos of COVID-19 in April 2020
  3. Complex adaptive systems
    1. Sensitivity to initial conditions
    2. Nonlinear trajectories
      1. Disproportionate change: COVID-19 in March 2020
      2. Time is nonlinear
    1. Attractors and repellers
    2. Probability of end states
  4. Understanding a complex adaptive system
    1. Narrative approaches
      1. Example: Online and off-line under COVID-19 in March 2020

Last updated August 29, 2020

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