Have you faced complex problems that require quick decisions in the face of uncertain outcomes? In this episode, CEO, entrepreneur, and strategist Everett Harper delivers a pragmatic take on solving complex problems by making decisions through uncertainty. Harper discusses a set of practices, processes, and infrastructure that addresses complex problems alongside a set of methods to systematize, scale, and share best practices throughout an organization.
You’ll learn to discover insights quickly by experimenting, iterating, then building infrastructure to sustain your innovations in your teams and organizations. You’ll also get effective ways to make decisions in situations without complete information, strategies for sustaining your team through highly uncertain times, and techniques for managing personal anxiety—a key leadership skill for the next decade.
Leading Through Complexity
So why does the difference between complicated problems and complex problems matter?
What does move to the edge and declare it the center mean as two pieces of a process?
How do you navigate through unknowns and create a system around those discoveries to make progress over time?
Tools to use to get into the framework of solving complex problems.
Leading and managing ourselves.
Being comfortable with being uncomfortable
Understanding complexity, even when you don’t know the answer.
One of the biggest challenges facing leaders today is remote work.
A challenge that we’ve become increasingly aware of, and hearing more about it over the last six months is proximity bias.