Modern business firms face a complex array of problems that result from rapid changes in their competitive environment, and the exponential growth of new technologies. This book recognizes that reality and finds answers to these problems in the new science of complexity. The authors show how small changes in leadership, governance, and technology can have enormous consequences in an organization. They also argue that there is no quick fix to organizational problems - that no one solution will work for all firms. Posing seven principles for organizational success, the authors explain how their ideas apply to a range of business challenges, including ethical conduct, management systems, new organizational forms, networks that are changing the way work gets done, the impact of new technologies, and the kinds of leaders who will be required to manage the new organizations.