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It is our mission to empower individuals and organizations with the skills to manage change and harness their innate creativity even in the midst of chaos and uncertainty, and to transform in the process.

We promote leadership grounded in a state of emotional imperturbability amid constant change. This sense of assurance and stability leads businesses to continue to succeed and employees to stay connected to the company and creative in their work.

About Our Consortium

Synergistic Solutions Consortium work together as a team to customize whatever combination of skills, knowledge and experience that meets the specific need of our clients. We have a broad range of skills that we mix and match to come up with the right combination for each unique situation.

Our key focus is to make a difference in the way folks manage change, crisis, and uncertainty in an environment and turn chaos into order by mapping the terrain and identifying a path that leads to creative, collaborative, and synergistic solutions.

Synergy

Synergy is the result of individuals working together in such a way that they each contribute the best of their creativity and strengths, which when joined together produces an effect greater than the individual efforts.

Thinking - Acting - Feeling circle.Business and indeed the very structures on which our systems are based are perched on the edge of an evolutionary shift that demands a cooperative and collaborative methodology for thriving and surviving in instability.

The key for this shift is in our individual and collective primitive impulses that, once mastered through relational learning and synergistic connection, can both fuel and navigate us out of this uncertainty and allow us to evolve into a greater level of organization.

The evolution of complexity in organizations and systems has involved a cumulative, historically contingent functional selection process and synergistic effects that have been a remarkable source of progressive creativity.

It is the selective advantages associated with various forms of synergy that have been responsible for the "progressive" evolution of complex, functionally organized biological and social systems; underlying each of the many steps in the complex process, a common functional principle has been at work. Synergy in this context refers to co-operative effects, the effects produced by two or more elements, parts or individuals; synergistic effects are always co-determined and interdependent. In other words, the functional effects produced by co-operating objects - literally, things that operate together - have themselves been the very cause of the trend toward more complex systems. In evolutionary processes, effects are also causes

A Concrete Example: Chrome-Nickel-Steel

Synergy alone explains metals increasing their strengths. All alloys are synergetic. Chrome-nickel-steel has an extraordinary total behavior. In fact, it is the high cohesive strength and structural stability of chrome-nickel-steel at enormous temperatures that has made possible the jet engine.

The principle of the jet was invented by the squid and the jellyfish long ago. What made man's use of the jet principle possible was his ability to concentrate enough energy and to release it suddenly enough to give him tremendous thrust. The kinds of heat that accompany the amount of energies necessary for a jet to fly would have melted all the engines of yesterday. Not until you had chrome-nickel-steel was it possible to make a successful jet engine stable at the heats involved. The jet engine has changed the whole relationship of man to the Earth. And it is a change in the behavior of the whole of man and in the behavior of whole economics, brought about by synergy.

In chrome-nickel-steel, the primary constituents are iron, chromium, and nickel. There are minor constituents of carbon, manganese, and others. It is a very popular way of thinking to say that a chain is no stronger than its weakest link. That seems to be very logical to us. Therefore, we feel that we can predict things in terms of certain minor constituents of wholes. That is the way much of our thinking goes.

If I were to say that a chain is as strong as the sum of the strengths of its links, you would say that is silly. If I were to say that a chain is stronger than the sum of the strengths of all of its links, you might say that that is preposterous. Yet that is exactly what happens with chrome-nickel- steel. If our regular logic held true, then the iron as the weakest part ought to adulterate the whole. Since it is the weakest link, the whole thing will break apart when the weakest link breaks down. So we put down the tensile strength of the commercially available iron - the highest that we can possibly accredit is about 60,000 pounds per square inch (psi); of the chromium it is about 70,000 psi; of the nickel it is about 80,000 psi. The tensile strengths of the carbon and the other minor constituents come to another 50,000 psi.

Adding up all the strengths of all the links we get 260,000 psi. But in fact the tensile strength of chrome-nickel-steel runs to about 350,000 psi just as a casting. Here we have the behavior of the whole completely unpredicted by the behavior of the parts.

The augmented coherence of the chrome-nickel-steel alloy is accounted for by the whole complex of omni-directional, inter-mass attractions of the crowded-together atoms. The alloy chrome-nickel-steel provides unprecedented structural stability at super-high temperatures, making possible the jet, which becomes one of the reasons why the relative size of our planet Earth, as comprehended by humans, has shrunk so swiftly.

The performance of the alloy demonstrates that the strength of a chain is greater than the sum of the strengths of its separate links. Chrome-nickel-steel's weakest part does not adulterate the whole, allowing it to be "dissolved," as candy when its sugar dissolves. Chains in metal do not occur as open-ended lines. In the atoms, the ends of the chains come around and fasten the ends together, endlessly, in circular actions. Because atomic circular chains are dynamic, if one link breaks, the other mends itself.

When we break one link of circular chain continuity, it is still one piece of chain. And because atomic circular chains are dynamic, while one link is breaking, the other is mending itself. Our metal chains, like chrome-nickel-steel alloys, are also interweaving spherically in a number of directions. We find the associated behaviors of various atoms complementing each other, so that we are not just talking about one thing and another one thing, but about a structural arrangement of the atoms in tetrahedral configurations.

 

 

 

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