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Complexity Science

When the butterfly flaps its wings in Japan, it can affect the weather in Kansas.  The saying has become a truism, yet many organizations still think and plan as if cause and effect are clear, and the future can be glimpsed by extrapolating the past.  Strategic tools such as root-cause analysis can take you only so far; and while you can’t always “manage” complexity, we can help you put its insights to work.