Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd: Demystifying Complexity Science Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The period 'complexity' can be concluded by the phrase, 'Two's company, three's a crowd'. Complexity Science can be viewed as the study of the phenomena which emerge from a set of interacting objects - and a crowd is a perfect example of such an 'emergent phenomenon'. Everyday examples of bunches comprise collections of commuters, financial-market dealers, human cells or insurgents - and the related crowd-like phenomena are traffic jams, market crashes, cancerous tumours and extreme weather.

In each example, the exact nature of the bunch-like happenings that emerges will depend on how interconnected they are and how the individual items interact. Ultimately, the writer shows that Intricacy's function in making links between formerly-unrelated occurrences taken from distinct disciplines is a necessary one.

PUBLICATION DATE: September 01, 2010 PRODUCT #: ROT118-PDF-ENG

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