Adaptive Intelligence - Implementing strategies to enable coherence in a VUCA world.
- Volatility: In a highly energised system, such as deeply interconnected human societies/organisations, conditions can change unexpectedly on the social, political, economic, and human wellbeing front.
- Uncertainty: The increasingly dynamic state of world affairs leads to reduced certainty and increases the need for strategising ‘on the spot’ - that is what we call ‘adaptive intelligence’.
- Complexity: The richly complex interactions of multiple participants and factors, compounded by further unidentified influencing factors, adds to ‘complexity’ - demanding systemic process thinking.
- Ambiguity: Both negative and positive potential consequences can coexist in an emerging situation - demanding sensitive observation skills and the cultivation of intuition.