The second of two articles suggests that dynamic capability in organizations needs to be based on new thinking drawn from science, logic and ideas drawn from cultures beyond the Anglo‐Saxon. This thinking is brought together in the Wisdom Paradigm, which does not replace the Modern Paradigm ‐ it expands management thinking and suggests principles more attuned to managing in uncertainty. Outlines some of the key themes of the Wisdom Paradigm and uses these to develop the concepts of organizational intelligence and dynamic poise.
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