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The Complexity Podcast
Exploring complexity science & systems thinking
in the workplace and beyond.

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Intro


The Complexity Podcast
Exploring complexity science & systems thinking
in the workplace and beyond.

Welcome to

the Human Current

We're here to explore how understanding complex systems can help us make sense of the world, especially our human systems.  We have talked with some amazing guests on our podcast, including Stephen Wolfram (founding father of complexity science), Yaneer Bar-Yam (President of the New England Complex Systems Institute), Dave Snowden (founder of Cognitive Edge), Jean Boulton (co-author of Embracing Complexity), Melanie Mitchell (author & professor at the Santa Fe Institute), Cesar Hidalgo (MIT professor), Margaret Wheatley (best-selling author & chaos theory practitioner), Dean Radin (Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences), Albert-László Barabási (renowned author & the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science) & so many more!

Our show began with the recognition that we are not experts, we are explorers and we hope the Human Current becomes a hub for complexity & systems thinkers from all walks of life. 

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Most Recent Episode


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Most Recent Episode


Listen to Our Latest Episode:

  December 13, 2018

December 13, 2018

December 13, 2018

In this episode, Angie talks with author and Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Complexity Space Consulting, Denise Easton. Easton talks about how she became introduced to complexity science and how it has influenced her life and her work. She shares the story behind her book, Complexity Works!: Influencing Pattern-Based Change in Teams & Organizations, which she co-authored with Lawrence Solow and explains how Complexity Space Consulting leverages a pattern-based approach to understanding and influencing organizational change. Easton also shares her hopes for the future of complexity science.

The show notes for this episode are available here - Let's work happy!

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