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Disruption to the power of three

Surface tension still provides the mirage of a consistent image. But the picture already has cracks. Say not only we from Rosho.World. And these cracks are becoming increasingly visible. This applies to undertakings of any kind.

Why this trend?

Because complexity is increasing rapidly. This rapid increase can no longer be managed with pre-industrial and industrial decision-making processes. Digitization causes multidimensional dependencies. No company can ignore the increasing interconnectedness of systems and systemic relationships any longer.

Imponderables increase, risks accumulate, predictability decreases.

In the multidimensional event space of the 21st century, linear power-based decision making therefore makes for costly errors.

Old school Top Down has reached its expiration date.

This is not the end of the hierarchy. It’s just the end of the pecking order based on opinions and power. And the beginning of competence-based hierarchy.

Augmented Leadership implements competency-based decision making and introduces consistent competency mapping to master the systemic demands of the present with anticipated future escalation levels.

Because what we are currently experiencing as a digital revolution is only the prelude to much greater complexity.

Quite simply, a single brain, as smart, wise, mathematical, musical, artistic, entrepreneurial, inventive, social and equipped with common sense as it may appear – this single brain can no longer process the abundance of incoming data on its own1 and extract sustainable meaningful decisions from it.

Only an intelligent swarm can do that.

Augmented leadership serves the swarm. Consistent and tireless. Regents and dictators, however flattering and nice they want to hold on to their sinecures – if they do not become augmented leaders they will perish and their ventures with them.

That is our conviction. For this we go. This is what we stand up for. That’s what we’re tackling.

That sounds like a lot. In fact, it takes very little: just a change in minds. The rest is method.

We’ll bring those along, too.

Rosho.World – Your Augmented Leadership Partner. Navigators at the tear-off edges of complexity.

1 – The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to an individual for the last time to date in 1992. Since then, teams have been honored without exception. In 1988 – 1990, the prize had also gone to teams. This was also the case in 1975 – 1979. Likewise 1963 – 1965. In all previous years, individual researchers had almost always been honored. The trend is clear and also applies in a weakened form to the Nobel Prizes for chemistry and medicine.