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Organize for Complexity: nominated for the UK Management Book of the Year awards

The new BetaCodex book Organize for Complexity is nominated for the British Management Book of the Year awards, in the "Management Futures" category. Take a look a the book´s entry here: And see who the other books in the competition are:

Organize for Complexity - the book is out, worldwide!

This is the time to celebrate: The first book on the BetaCodex in English is out:

Organize for Complexity - How to Get Life Back Into Work to Build the High-Performance Organization

This is a book about complexity and work - and about how to deal productively with both.
A condensed introduction to the theory and practice of organizational high performance.

Organize for Complexity - the book in German!

In a few days, the new book "Organisation für Komplexität" will be available for sale in bookstores and wiht internet vendors such as
You can pre-order copies of the book and read more about it on the book´s hotsite:

Forthcoming: New book "Organize for Complexity"

Our white paper Organize for Complexity has been a hit with readers for quite a while. Today, it counts more than 22.000 views on Slidehsare ( And that´s just the English language version. A few weeks ago, the French version got published, and that already attracted some 5.000 viewers.

“Management belongs onto the garbage heap of history!” - an interview with Niels Pflaeging

Today´s organizations, by and large, are in a mess. Our societies, economies and markets have changed, but companies and the way we organize work overall, haven’t: Organizations are still based on beliefs, design principles and methods inherited from the industrial age. Managers assume employees cannot be trusted.

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