In the city of Gordium a nobleman's chariot was lashed to a pole with a devilishly intricate knot: who, pray tell, would undo it?
The tangled strands had thwarted countless attempts, until a self-confident Macedonian appeared.
Small wonder “complex problem solving” is listed by the World Economic Forum as the top workforce skill for 2020—as it was for 2015.
Understanding Best Leaders’ Approach Put your sword aside: today’s challenges are too big and messy to be solved by one person, no matter how clever. Kate Isaacs I put the question to Dr. Kate Isaacs, an experienced researcher and facilitator who’s been studying complex problem solving for over a decade.