A very brief history of the BetaCodex

In my book Organize for Complexity, published in 2014, I outlined the central ideas of BetaCodex thinking: That the industrial-age social technology of “management” (often referred to as Taylorism, or command and-control) was made obsolete by complexity. And that management the social technology must be substituted by a “complexity-robust” approach to organizing, based on the tenets of coherent self-organization, decentralization and organizational democracy.

By Niels Pflaeging