Business systems and culture of the majority of companies were designed for simple, more predictable times – not for innovation or creative response to emergent issues. 

For: Startup to Mid-size companies and management teams seeking the key code for an adaptive and agile response to dynamic external conditions. Answers the question: How do you optimize your decisions in complex conditions while still staying focused on what has meaning, and value?

Delivered online over six weeks, it takes participants from seeing reality on the surface to seeing what’s driving the results.  Teams apply the concepts between times. Done in iterations. Program brings you advanced ways of working with yourself and others, based on merging the sciences with the power of creative human intelligence.


  • Adaptiveness: Become a more creative and innovative organization using disruptive events as a springboard.
  • Decision-making: Align decisions vertically and horizontally by applying a principled approach.
  • Utilizing Complexity: Reduce self-induced complexity to sharpen focus on the actions that create value for customers and society.
  • Engaging Talent: Improve your company’s workplace health, relevance, and reputation. Make better decisions with meaning and purpose beyond profit.
  • Strategy: Observe the signals and cues visible to your dog but not to you, that tell you your strategy needs to change. Personal and organizational.
  • Diversity: Work with diverse points of view to improve decision-making speed and accuracy for beneficial social and ecological impact. Practices for shifting perspective to responsibly lead.

The program is cooperatively designed with the client to generate maximum value based on where you are now. 

Join the list for the introductory webinar.

What are the risks of business as usual? 

 Carrying on as if business as usual is a viable strategy is a high risk. 

  1. Startups will come up with tech that replaces your business model instantly. Only you won’t see it coming. The volatility and speed of disruptive new technologies, and impacts of climate change demand innovation.
  2. Company longevity is shrinking fast. From sixty years down to ten years, no matter how big you are. Will yours be next?
  3. Complexity and uncertainty describe the impact of larger world issues, like climate change and changing customer preferences on your speed of response. It doesn’t help that large numbers of employees aren’t engaged in helping the company be successful. Why should they be? Since when was the quarterly report an inspiring goal?

Who will you be if you do not accept the challenge? How long will your company last?


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