Consider the readings and any others that you find. What aspects of complexity science do you find intriguing?

Please see order number 82210545, this is part two of that assignment. What is complexity science? Consider the readings and any others that you find. What aspects of complexity science do you find intriguing? What aspects are you reluctant to embrace? Are you leaning toward the complexity science view or a traditional science view? Justify your stance. Click on the link above, scroll to Discussion Module 2 and answer your discussion question. Instructions: In response to others, what is your opinion of their viewpoint? Justify your answers. Cite research articles for your initial response and response to others in APA format. Your discussion must be in the Blackboard forum. Initial response word limit is 275. Response to others word limit is 175. Expectations: Please comment on the posts of at least three classmates . STRICT WORD LIMIT IS 175. Respond to each student post separately, using a separate reference for each student. Grading: A rubric is provided to explain the criteria for points and how you are graded Student Post #1- Student name is Linda iscussion Module 2: Challenges to the Leadership 1 Attachment COLLAPSE Chafee and McNeill (2007) describe complexity science as the science and theory of a complex adaptive system (CAS) in which chaos and unpredictability may be a sign of progress and adaptation. Multidisciplinary healthcare teams may be considered a CAS by viewing the members and their mission as a whole (Pype, Mertens, Helewaut, & Kristallidou, 2018). The concept of unpredictability is intriguing to me. Complexity science requires continuous communication and collaboration among individuals which at times may seem unpredictable; however, the end results may be beneficial to the organization or society. Unpredictability of outcomes often lead to frustration and possible abandonment of the mission. I am reluctant to embrace some forms technology within a healthcare system e.g. a provider informing a patient that they are terminally ill via video call which is a very delicate subject which in my opinion requires a more interpersonal interaction. I also feel that many bedside nurses are neglecting patient care and spend more time nursing the computer. I am definitely in favor of complexity science view because the concepts are conducive towards autonomy, innovation, and change. With proper education, improvements in science and technology may assist in better outcomes, job growth, and overall process efficiency. In my opinion, traditional science views hinder growth and creativity(Davidson, Weberg, Porter-O’Grady, & Malloch, 2017). References Chaffee, M., & McNeill, M. (2007). A model of nursing as a complex adaptive system. Nursing Outlook, 55, 232-241. Davidson, S., Weberg, D., Porter-O’Grady, T., & Malloch, K. (2017). Innovation leadership behaviors: Starting the complexity journey. In D. Weberg (Ed.), Evidence-based innovation in nursing and health professions(pp. 43-77). [Kindle]. Retrieved Pype, P., Mertens, F., Helewaut, F., & Kristallidou, D. (2018). Healthcare teams as complex adaptive systems: understanding team behaviour through team members’ perception of interpersonal interaction. BCM Health Services Research, 18(570), 1-13. Student post #2, student name is Stephanie Complexity science can be view as a multi-dimensional element in which problems are view as a whole rather than parts. Zeng, Zhesis, Jianlin, Jinshan, Ying, Yougui & Eugene defined complexity science as a study of the complex systems, which consist of a large number of components that interact with each other to produce nontrivial phenomena that cannot be explained by analyzing the individual constituent elements(2017, p. 714). For instance: healthcare system is a complex organization consisting of unpredictable relationships. I found the complexity of decision making in the organization to be intriguing. Without effective communication and informed decision making, healthcare providers are faced with complex result and understanding. According to Burkett, decision making is significant and understanding the complexity of decision making is imperative to every professional organization (Burkett, 2016, p. 7). Shared decision making is significant, it can aids and improves quality outcomes. I am reluctant when it comes to embracing uncertainty and disorganized leadership management in the organization; rather than embracing fluidity in the practice, organization embraces complexity in efforts to institutionalize structure and process. I am leaning toward the traditional view of the science. As an individual, my reasoning evolves the process of cause and effect rather than complex analysis. Burkett, S.L., (2016). Collaborative decision making: Empowering nurse leaders. Nursing Management, 47 (1), 7-10. doi-10.1097/01.NUMA.0000491131.60730.d3. Zeng, A., Zhesis, S., Jianlin, Z., Jinshan, W., Ying, F., Yougui, W., & Eugene, S. (2017). The science of science: From the perspective of complex systems. Physics Reports, 714-715. Student Post #3, Student name is Tatiana Complexity Science According to Geary (2012), complexity science is the schema created to resolve complex issues that emerge in the complex systems. A complex system can be an organization, the human brain, transportation, or a healthcare delivery system (Geary, 2012). In the healthcare system, changes are inevitable and the innovation and adaptability to new challenges are enhanced by the behaviors of the complex adaptive system (James, 2010). The concept of nonlinear thinking was intriguing to me. In the healthcare system, nonlinear thinking has been shown to help patients achieve their outcomes (Davidson, Weberg, Porter-OGrady, & Malloch, 2017). The complex systems are formed by many sections, and every section contributes to the knowledge that will take the whole organization to success (James, 2010). I am hesitant about the organic point of view of the organization. Organic views refer to the fact that complexity science looks at the organization as a living structure that can grow, evolve, and culminate its life (James, 2010). I think every system that evolves, can continue adapting to better ways of survival. Instead of expiring; the system will transform but it continues alive. I am leaning towards the complexity science because the traditional science is controlling, standardized, linear and does not help the leader innovate (Davidson et al., 2017). Health care systems are constantly evolving, and unpredictable problems emerge every day. The innovation and adaptability to the new challenges are enhanced by the behaviors of the complex adaptive system (James, 2010). This framework will help the leader to develop abilities to solve complex problems of the complex health care system. Complexity Science.docx References Davidson, S., Weberg, D., Porter-OGrady, T., & Malloch, K. (2017). Leadership for evidence-based innovation in nursing and health professions. Burlington, MA: Jones & Barlett learning. Geary, C. R. (2012). Care transitions: integrating transition theory and complexity science concepts. Advances in Nursing Science, 35(5), 236-248. doi: 10.1097/ANS.0b013e31826260a5 James, K. M.G. (2010). Incorporating complexity science theory into nursing curricula. Creative Nursing,16(3), 137-142. doi:10.1891/1078-4535.16.3.137