...you have laid a firm foundation for future study.
Thank you for making me part of your conference. I came away with much to
think about. Thanks, also, for posting most of the speakers' slides.
I know organizing a conference is a lot of hard work, and as an attendee I just wanted to say thank you for your efforts.
... I thoroughly enjoyed BizCom 2010 - one of the most interesting and energizing
conferences I have attended in a long time. I hope you repeat the event next year.
Thank you for putting this event together. It was the most purposeful and fruitful I have seen during the last decade of my involvement
with complexity science in business!
I cannot thank you and your team enough.
I've been to more conferences than I can remember in my 28 yr. career. But I can count with less than one hand those that gave me such an
intellectual satisfaction and shock as this one, and I am not a new comer to the Complexity field either.
I really look forward to the next one. This is such an important, emerging field. There are so many subjects across a vast array of
seemingly unrelated fields that can be united by basic principles in Complexity.
Thank you again.
I want to thank you for inviting me to participate in the Business
Complexity conference this week. It was really a great event and you
deserve kudos for pulling it off and making it such a success. I met
several interesting people there and enjoyed many great
hope this will be the start of an ongoing tradition.
Thank you for a wonderful conference. You assembled a great set of folks. The range of topics covered as well as the side
conversations were very stimulating. I wish you and others at Suffolk the best as you continue to build this very important program.
Building on the overwhelming success of this conference, we are pleased to announce the creation of
"We are at a critical turning point in human history, where our manmade systems have reached such a large scale and level of interconnectedness that they are behaving like complex adaptive systems. They have a life of their own." Greta Meszoely, Suffolk University
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