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Misunderstanding Complexity: Convictions for Earthquakes

Seven scientists are convicted in Italy for not predicting an earthquake well enough.  Reporters sued for not predicting the weather incorrectly.  A strange turn of events tied to a fundamental popular misunderstanding of complexity. Advertisements

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Living With Complexity

A quick review of a second article in Harvard Business Review this month on Complexity.  This one is “Learning to Live with Complexity” by Gökçe Sargut and Rita Gunther McGrath.

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