|Peter Allen||Cranfield University|
|Steve Maguire||McGill University, Canada|
|© 2011||672 pages||SAGE Publications Ltd|
Part One: Foundations introduces complexity science and its implications for the foundations of scientific knowledge, including management knowledge.
Part Two: Applications presents the numerous ways in which complexity science models and tools, as well as complexity thinking, are being applied to management and organizational phenomena and the insights gained as a result.
Part Three: Interfaces highlights how complexity science is transforming various non-management fields and, in so doing, creating exciting interfaces for bridging between management and related disciplines.