Enabling people and organisations to prosper in a complex and constantly changing world
By solving the decision-maker’s dilemma
To solve the tough problems we face, we need to let go of the thinking that created them and adopt a new way of thinking (applying Einstein).
Yet, nobody knows what the new thinking could be. This leaves decision-makers with problems that are seemingly impossible to solve.
Yet, many decision-makers, from team leaders to CEOs and politicians, are expected to solve those problems or risk losing their jobs.
Inspired by new discoveries of how Einstein and others found breakthrough insights, a new possibility emerged.
Intervene where the highest impact can be made at the lowest costs and risk
Intervention starts by letting go of the thinking that complex matters require complex solutions.
The executable solution may need to be (amazingly) simple. However, it does require the ability to avoid the traps.
The ability to select today’s simplification practices when they work well, avoid them when they create yet more complexity
the ability to choose simplification practices that do work well where today’s simplification fails.
A Law of Nature
While the effective solutions to complex matters may be amazingly simple, it may require an integral solution of high(est)-impact elements from different areas and address the wider environment.
1 + 1 becomes 3, 4, or even a lot more
An integral foundation
A foundation to solve the decision-maker’s dilemma
Co-created with independent experts by experience
Einstein practices explained
Drastically lower risks and costs than popular approaches:
Just enough content for executability
Free to use with a Creative Commons license, even commercially
To get transformations beyond the tipping points where they become executable, speed up transformations and prevent falling back into old habits
Training and coaching
Complementary training and coaching to the Manifesto
Practices having shown their value in the field
Getting beyond the tipping points where transformations become practical and durable
Fresh solution possibilities
For seemingly unsolvable problems and troubled projects
Today: break complex challenges into a few supposedly manageable parts
Rediscovered: seek what provides the highest value at the lowest costs and risks across the parts
Agile yet reliable decision-making
At all levels
A benchmark for competitiveness in today’s complex and constantly changing world
As much freedom as possible, as much guidance and direction as needed to act as a single enterprise
High-speed access to the concise information people need to make agile yet reliable decisions
From the experiences with 30,000 people