I am a Senior Lecturer of Systems and Organisation in the School of Management, University of York. He is interested in the application of complex systems theory in organisations, and how organisational culture, memory, and knowledge can be theorised as an emergent property of the system itself. I am also interested in the role of technology including, AI and machine learning on organizational decision making.
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I came across an App, while aimlessly surfing, it’s an algorithmic savings plan. I think that is the best way to describe it, or at least its a way to describe it. The point of Chip is that when you … Continue reading
Originally Posted on January 14, 2015 by Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience by Philip Garnett and Brett Cherry Finance influences everything, from the growth of businesses and employment to capital and even public services. As the world becomes increasingly subject to the all-encompassing influence … Continue reading
We have a new piece published in Business History, Complexity in History: modelling the organisational demography of the British banking sector. Continuing our work modelling the British banking sector we have responded to the very interesting comment by J Bissell, … Continue reading
The people over at The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists have updated the released panama data. Its not clear to me if that is more data than they had already released, or that this time it is a ready made Neo4J … Continue reading
Further to the first attempt at importing the Panama Papers network data into Neo4J I did a very quick Java program that greats an embedded Neo4J database. It needs a bit of checking as it finds nodes that have the … Continue reading