Simplexity

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Decision Making

Decision making under conditions of uncertainty / complexity

Interview with Andy Fastow, former CFO of Enron

Enron’s lessons are still highly relevant 17 years after the fall of the American energy giant. Former CFO Andy Fastow talked about it with Dutch executive and non-executive directors. His advice is this: don’t put executives on a pedestal, keep… Continue Reading →

Short-termism versus responsible capitalism

Radix: Short-termism versus responsible capitalism

Joe Zammit-Lucia is a Radix Co-Founder and Trustee. He is an entrepreneur and commentator on business and political issues writing in outlets in the UK, US, Germany and the Netherlands. He is a Par...

Strategic Foresight: learning from the future

Creative learning in a global context

Our client is both a national and international institution committed to the principle that the way they see art should reflect the diverse range of audiences and partners, as well as of artistic practice today. Research is the foundation for… Continue Reading →

We long for simplicity …

We long for simplicity and satisfaction. Simplexity therefore stands for a balance between the growing complexity of daily life and our own personal satisfaction. In order to attain this state, we have to stop always striving to make optimal decisions. In the future, it will be more important to make judgments that are just good enough.
 

Professor Petter Wipperman (2006) ARS Electronica, translated from German by Jennifer Taylor-Gaida

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