Plexus 2.0 is moving into a Self-Organizing Network Practice and the work begins right here!
Our Projects emphasize finding new solutions to engage everyone in new conversations – at all levels, in all roles, and in some cases from both inside and outside the organization. Building on the foundation of practical methods based on principles of complexity for leaders and change agents to disrupt the status quo and find generative solutions, Project Clusters support a wide range of network initiatives and activities that explore and apply complexity approaches to addressing challenges and opportunities in complex systems.
From consulting and capacity-building programs in adaptive leadership, positive deviance, organizational change, and complexity prompted problem-solving. through the the advancement of complexity knowledge and theory, the Plexus Network is ready for the emerging future. New Partnerships and Project Catalysts, will introduce and share ideas, specific projects, or research to the Network for feedback, collaboration or sourcing of project participants.
Past projects have included projects in healthcare (the adaptive positive deviance model was used to reduce MRSA infection rates), adaptive leadership in organizations (the Starfish model was introduced to the army for leadership development) and education (creating learning opportunities for understanding and using principles of complexity for everyday activities).