Title

Emergence and The New Intelligence Leadership

Publication Type

Journal Article

Publication Date

2011

Abstract

Emergence, a vital phenomenon of evolution, has been the primary focus of numerous pioneer complexity researchers. In this study, the complexity-intelligence and emergence-intelligence linkages are scrutinised. Encompassing and exploring spaces of high complexity by human organisations requires a better comprehension of emergence and the new intelligence leadership strategy. As humanity is encountering edges of chaos more frequently, and interacting agents in human organisations are also becoming more intelligent entities, a transformation in leadership mindset and management strategy is inevitable. This analysis confirms that leadership can be rendered more effective if intelligence, complexity, emergence, autopoiesis and self-organisation are concurrently exploited.

Keywords

intelligence leadership, proto-autopoiesis, latent leadership, self-organisation, collective intelligence, complexity-intelligence linkages, emergence-intelligence linkages, deliberate-emergence, auto-switch, intrinsic leadership, high complexity, human organisations, chaos, interacting agents, intelligent entities, leadership mindsets, management strategies, concurrent exploitation.

Discipline

Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Research Areas

Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources

Publication

International Journal of Complexity in Leadership and Management

Volume

1

Issue

2

First Page

192

Last Page

207

ISSN

1759-0256

Identifier

10.1504/IJCLM.2011.040736