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Contact: Prof. E. Mitleton-Kelly

Email: E.Mitleton-Kelly@lse.ac.uk|
Tel: 020 7635 5553
Mob: 07887 514 522

 

 

LSE Complexity Group

LSE Complexity Group

The LSE Complexity Group has been working for over 20 years, with organisations in the private and public sectors to address practical complex problems. In the process it has developed a theory of complex social systems and an integrated methodology using both qualitative and quantitative tools and methods.

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Upcoming events

WEF 3rd  Pandemics Workshop|

Date: 29th April 2014

Professor Eve Mitleton-Kelly (LSE), together with Dr Randolph Kent (KCL) and Nick Wildegoose (Zurich) have organised a 3rd workshop on pandemics as part of their joint work with the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Councils on Complex Systems and Catastrophic Risks. Deutsche Bank will be hosting the workshop.

This is for information only as the workshop is now fully booked.

Complexity and Collaboration: Applying Complexity Theory to Organisational Transformation| 

Date: Monday 30 June - Friday 4 July 2014 

With Eve Mitleton-Kelly

The most successful organisations no longer operate in a “top-down” fashion, and benefit from empowering their employees to work collaboratively. Yet many organisations are stuck in hierarchical ways of operating and lack the tools to develop alternatives. This course provides a sound theoretical and practical grounding for all those in generating a more collaborative workplace.

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Co-evolution of Intelligent Socio-technical Systems

Co-evolution of Intelligent Socio-technical Systems|
Editor: E. Mitleton-Kelly

This topical volume, based on the findings of the Socionical European research project, gives equal attention to two highly relevant domains of applications: transport, specifically traffic, dynamics from the viewpoint of a socio-technical interaction and evacuation scenarios for large-scale emergency situations.

 
Corporate Governance and Complexity theory

Corporate Governance And Complexity Theory|
Authors: Marc Goergen, Christine A. Mallin, Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Ahmed Al-Hawamdeh, Iris Hse-Yu Chiu

This multidisciplinary book takes an innovative approach to corporate governance by linking governance and complexity theory. It provides important new insights into why governance systems are failing and what may be done to improve this situation.

 
A New Synthesis

A New Synthesis of Public Administration: Serving in the 21st Century  | 
Author:
Jocelyne Bourgon

A New Synthesis in Public Administration sets out a theoretical framework that takes the new interconnected nature of reality into account.

Prof. E. Mitleton-Kelly was the Scientific Advisor to the six Government administrations involved in this project (Australia, Brazil, Canada, Netherlands, Singapore, UK), as they used her work extensively to develop a framework of governance for government.

 
ComplexityAndManagement

The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management|
Edited by:
Peter Allen, Steve Maguire and Bill McKelvey

Chapter 20: Organisational Learning and Complexity Science: Exploring the Joint Potential by Eve Mitleton-Kelly and Ben Ramalinga

The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management is the first substantive scholarly work at the intersection of complexity science and management studies.

 

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ESRC Complexity Research Seminar Series|

Research seminarsLSE Complexity Group is leading the seminar series with King’s College London, Lancaster, Cranfield, the Open University and Oxford Brookes. The seminar series aims to bring together UK and EU policy makers and international leading researchers, across disciplines, to explore the application of complexity theory to public and business policy. More...|

 

SOCIONICAL Project|

socionicalThis is a socio-technical project focusing on Ambient Intelligence- based smart environments in transportation and  emergency or disaster. LSE Complexity Group is one of the main partners in this EU project. The project is funded by FET (Future Emerging Technologies). More...|

 

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