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David Komlos teaches ways to dramatically shorten the process of solving your organization’s most complex challenges.
Cracking Complexity with David Benjamin & David Komlos
Solving problems has never been more comfortable if you have the perfect solution that would crack every trial. David Komlos, the CEO of Syntegrity and author of Cracking Complexity, reveals the breakthrough formula that would quickly eliminate the roadblocks in business, entertainment, and society.
In this episode we discuss how you can get smarter in a complex and complicated world. How do you deal with confusing and difficult situations? How do you work through some of your life’s most complex problems? In a world of accelerating change, how do you accelerate the quest for wisdom and creativity? We share simple, powerful, solutions you can use to handle complexity in this interview with our guests David Komlos and David Benjamin. David Komlos and David Benjamin - they are the CEO and CTO respectively of the company Syntegrity. Mr. Komlos is an expert coach for leaders on solving their issues. He advises top leaders and enterprises on how to dramatically accelerate solutions and execution on their defining challenges. Mr. Benjamin leads Syntegrity’s lab and client delivery organization. He has been recognized internationally for his work on global strategic planning with top executives in Fortune 500 companies.
Kelly connects with the co-founder of Syntegrity, David Benjamin, about his new book, Cracking Complexity: The Breakthrough Formula for Solving Just About Anything Fast.
In this episode David 1. Distinguishes simple, complicated and complex problems. 2. Discusses the s-curve model and how to think about it. 3. Shares how to create a collision course.
When writing a book on your content, it is easy to feel handcuffed by a fear of saying too much. But there is value in having to write down what you do in a way that others can understand and implement it.
What is the formula for powering up in the face of complexity? How can you differentiate between difficult challenges and complex challenges?
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