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Thriving in Complex Systems – Increasing Organisational Productivity

This presentation from Sudhanshu Palsule looks at complexity and complex systems in contrast to linear systems and linear thinking and attempts to answer three important questions:

- The Problem Statement – why do we struggle with complexity?

- What is coming in the way of organizational productivity?

- What is the way out? - the leadership shift.

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