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Leading People Too Smart to Be Led

Encouraging rigorous, constructive debate is indispensable to navigating challenges of high uncertainty, from extending the bounds of knowledge to scaling a business. Photo: Colourbox

Have you ever wanted to blow up the bureaucracy at your organization? That’s what the founders of the Santa Fe Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico, did. Founded in 1984 by scientists, including four Nobel laureates, SFI is one of the world’s leading research institutions, but it’s unlike any university. Born partly out of frustration with traditional university bureaucracies, SFI has no departments, no formal hierarchies and no tenure.

Shepherding this transdisciplinary work is SFI’s president and evolutionary geneticist David Krakauer...

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