Navigating Complexity: The Essential Guide to Complexity Theory in Business and Management
Complexity theory is changing the way leading management thinkers are looking at organizations - they are now being recognized as living systems. This text introduces the key language and concepts of complexity, and how they relate to the new world of work.
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