Chaos comes in many forms, from failing companies to a failing economy, from failing health to a failing health care system. Increasing numbers of leaders and change agents face complex challenges and don’t know how to solve them. Engaging Emergence outlines how we can optimize the conditions for "emergence," which is nature’s way of creating complex order from disorder. The changes we experience seem disorderly because we can’t discern meaningful patterns; we only see unpredictable interactions among diverse agents in a given context. But order is accessible, like potential energy, waiting for diverse people facing intractable challenges to uncover and implement ideas that none could have predicted or accomplished on their own. Understanding the phenomenon of emergence can help leaders to gracefully and successfully cope with change and emerge stronger and more purposeful. Holman gives a useful theory a practical twist. The book is designed is to walk people...

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