“I wouldn’t give a fig for the simplicity this side of complexity, but I would give all I have for the simplicity that emerges the other side of complexity”
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Taking the Evolutionary Leap
We are living on the edge of the new. Old ways are challenged by turbulence and unpredictability. There are calls for sustainability, ethics, stakeholder engagement and conscious leadership.
What if it is easier to take the leap than to struggle forward with the old model? What if it could be simpler than you think?
Aligning organisations to a new culture
Cultural change programs often fail because the organisational systems apply friction and pull back towards old behaviours.
Systemic change is required to free organisational constraints and align processes, teams and structures around the desired culture.
Working together we can create flexible and adaptable organisations that respond to changing demands.
“The problems of today are caused by the solutions of yesterday”
About Jon Freeman and Simplexity
Jon Freeman sees the big picture. He is a pragmatist and systems thinker with an alchemists impulse to transform. His experience and systems intelligence approach enable him to see clearly how organisations function.
He finds the simplicity that is the other side of complexity in order to understand better how the world works and then show others how to make use of the knowledge.
Survival of the adaptable
The Simplexity Response
What if it could be really different?
If everything is working, if you are confident about your business and your personal future, you don’t need me. If not, please read on.
If you think that your problems will be solved merely by having a new strategy, or by making some localised adjustments then I am not the person that you need right now. Thank you for looking.
If, on the other hand you are finding business and life more deeply challenging, and if your view of the world includes any of the following I can help.
Unpredictability, Overwhelm and Overload
Can’t see a way forward, just surviving day to day
Unconstructive workplace relationships, tensions and discontents
There’s no purpose, pleasure, fun or spirit in your work
You know a change is needed, but don’t know what it is
The future is calling for something new, a step change. What if change programs gave way to continuous adaptability and flexibility? What if there is a simplicity the other side of complexity that is way more effective than Business as Usual?
The Simplexity Response is a way to turn uncertainty to creativity, to develop organisational ethos and consciousness, to embed purpose, spirit and creativity, for your business to profit by contributing to the world.