Exploring Strategy for Complex Times

Edgar Morin states that "Complexity needs a strategy. Certainly, programmed segments for sequences in which there is no randomness are useful or necessary. In normal situations automatic pilot is possible, but strategy is called for as soon as the unexpected or uncertainty arises,that is to say as soon as an important problem appears."

What are the implications of this for leadership in complex times where we can seldom rely on past algorithmic decision-making behaviours?

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