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Network Leadership

conference contribution
posted on 18.05.2021, 16:18 by James Whitehead
The challenges we face, from global warming to inequality and pandemics, flow through interlocking networks of connection and causation, leading to volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (Bennis and Nanus, 1985). Simultaneously, the power of networks is growing. In technology, science and civil society, social networks are becoming a way to uncover the hidden architecture of complexity and unlock people’s capacity to think and act in different ways (Christakis and Fowler 2011).

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