A slow-motion revolution has been occurring in science over the past decades and will likely continue into the rest of the 21st century. Stephen Hawking has coined it the century of complexity.
Governments, companies and NGOs have to act in a highly connected and diverse world a globalized and digitalized world. In other words: they have to find their way in a complex world. At this seminar, two experts (Lex Hoogduin and Roland Kupers) in the field of complexity and economics will address how we can deal with complexity in government, business and other fields, bringing clarity to complexity.