A guided tour to become effective and fit
In the last years we worked together with people in various organisations, both national and global.
A FAUC®JOURNEY starts with a FAUC®PLAY or FAUC®ASSESSMENT. The perspectives and insights are input for undertaking a journey with a desired outcome on the horizon. Such a FAUC®JOURNEY could be a mix of approaches and techniques, project hang-outs, workshops and experimentation. We had amazing journeys with i.e. a ministry, a medical diagnostic company and a construction firm. All these trustful relations had the aim to become more effective and fit in an ever changing world.
Social complexity and uncertainty have an increasing impact on our social and working lives. Complementary to traditional techniques, organisations and societies therefore require a different approach in dealing with the challenges of today and tomorrow. The Framework for Acting under Uncertainty and Complexity (FAUC®) reinforces the ability to deal with complexity and uncertainty, to act effectively and to remain viable. FAUC® is a trademark of the Global Complexity Network.
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FAUC®JOURNEY is rooted in social theory and based on the Theory of Human Action and Interaction (THAI). While experiencing the FAUC®JOURNEY, participants will get an insight into the theory behind the FAUC®. Understanding of uncertainty theory and complex adaptive systems reveals an alternative paradigm, a different view of organisations, governments and cities. FAUC® is a trademark of the Global Complexity Network.
The theory of human action and interaction (THAI) constitutes the foundation for the framework that helps people to act effectively under uncertainty and complexity (FAUC®). THAI is based on:
- (Neo) Austrian economic theory (Von Mises, Hayek, Kirzner, Schumpeter)
- Original work from John. M. Keynes on Uncertainty / Frank H. Knight on Risk & Uncertainty
- Modern complexity theory (Santa Fe 1983-1986) / General systems theory (von Bertalanffy) / Cybernetics (Wiener)
Also interesting relation with:
- Cognitive psychology (Herbert Simon), Bounded rationality (Kahneman), Behavioural economics
- Critical rationalism (Popper)