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      In this video Joël de Rosnay discusses the importance of interdependencies and the systemic approach in understanding complex systems and managing various aspects of life. He reflects on his experience with the "Group of Ten", a group of scientists, philosophers and politicians who aimed to consider the interdependence of various factors and elements within an ecosystem. De Rosnay emphasizes the need for analytical and systemic thinking to create a culture of integration and applies the systemic approach to managing one's body, understanding complex systems like the Internet and modern management. He advocates for a charismatic management style that includes vision, trust, listening and values ​​and criticizes traditional management methods for their lack of systemic understanding. De Rosnay also highlights the importance of cross-functional power and collaboration to achieve business goals and contribute to the greater good of society. Throughout his teaching and writing, de Rosnay has used the systems approach to explore topics such as the human body, the Internet, and the dynamics of surfing and life. It highlights the emergence of new properties when systems interact and the importance of lateral management in a fluid society and staying in control while surfing, applying this idea to managing complex systems in real time in use. multidimensional information.

      • 00:00:00 In this section of the webinar, Joël de Rosnay discusses the importance of interdependencies in understanding and acting on the complexity of the modern world. He mentions how traditional analytical thinking, which separates the elements for better analysis, is insufficient to grasp the intricacies of various fields such as education, management and politics. He highlights the Palo Alto School approach, which emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, as an attempt to create a new culture of complexity. This approach, which emphasizes interdependencies, was influential in France but did not go far enough, leading to the creation of the "Group of Ten" in 1967. This group, made up of scientists, of philosophers and politicians, aimed to think about the world of tomorrow by considering the interconnection of various factors and elements within an ecosystem. The group's work has led to numerous publications and the development of a systems approach that brings together disparate elements to create effective action. De Rosnay reflects on his experience with the Group of Ten and the systems approach, emphasizing the need for both analytical and systems thinking to create a culture of integration rather than analysis in isolation.
      • 00:05:00 In this section of the YouTube video "Joel de Rosnay - International Webinar MRI-LACT", he discusses the application of the systems approach to various aspects of life, including managing one's body and understanding complex systems like the Internet. It highlights the emergence of new properties when systems interact and the importance of lateral management in a fluid society. De Rosnay also addresses the concept of maintaining control while navigating, applying this idea to managing complex systems in real time using multidimensional information. Throughout his teaching and writing, de Rosnay has used the systems approach to explore topics such as the human body, the Internet, and the dynamics of surfing and life.
      • 00:10:00 In this section of the video Rosnay emphasizes the need for a systemic and long-term vision in modern management, emphasizing the interdependence of people and the importance of social and human connections. He advocates for a charismatic management style that includes vision, trust, listening and values. De Rosnay criticizes traditional management methods due to their lack of systemic understanding and the negative consequences of focusing on individual elements. He uses the example of wages and prices in businesses to illustrate the need for a systemic approach. De Rosnay also criticizes the resistance to systemic approaches in politics, industry and academia due to the fear of losing power. He concludes by emphasizing the importance of cross-functional power and collaboration in achieving business objectives and contributing to the greater good of society.

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