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Build Adaptive Capacity
The ice finally went out on the lake yesterday. After a blizzard last week and too many months of too-cold-to-stand, we are finally into spring—maybe. A loon this morning, the great blue heron all week, the squirrels, and wood ducks are all moving into a new season, and I’m ready to go with them. They play and forage, explore and discover, rest and run.
Build Adaptive Capacity
Glenda H. Eoyang is founding executive director of the Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) Institute. Since 1986 she has pioneered applications of chaos and complexity to improve people's adaptive capacity.
In October of 2014, HSD Institute will host Navigating Complexity: Human Systems Dynamics 2014. This is our first-ever conference for HSD Associates and our curious friends who want to find out more about HSD.
Teaching & LearningLead in Complexity
I just finished reading 5 recent blogs/articles about school reform. Each provided a well written, compelling, research-based perspective on what is needed to reform education.
“Agile” is the new buzzword for future success.  Agile teams will innovate.  Agile companies will survive when others fail. Agile individuals will get hired and move up the ladder.
Build Adaptive Capacity
When someone asks me for a one-sentence description of what I do, I generally say I help people and organizations deal with the challenges of complex and rapid change. And that is what our models and methods do. They help you see, understand, and influence patterns of decision making and interaction, so that you can take informed action to respond in your changing world.
Business & IndustryLead in Complexity
Every organization I know has silo problems.  Even our small, committed, HSD-intelligent staff has problems with getting information across functional boundaries quickly and clearly. Over the past couple of months, I’ve been watching what we do to break through these troublesome silos, and I’d like to share with you what I’ve seen.
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