Complexity is a Language
i) Contribute to the development of a theory of complex social systems and organisations.
ii) Explore and develop models, tools and methods to help organisations understand and cope with complexity.
iii) Develop a method of discourse of complexity, within an organisational context.
COMPLEXITY PROVIDES AN EXPLANATORY FRAMEWORK AND A LANGUAGE, WHICH OFFER A DIFFERENT WAY OF THINKING AND SEEING THE WORLD.
It's nice to see that the London School of Economics considers the study of complexity as a language rather than a set of research methods. (In fact, the inclusion of language/history/society seems to be the case in many European complexity centers :-) )