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Welcome to the HUB for research <> practice of tactical management in complexity!

In terms of core disciplines, it is founded on management - information systems - complexity, with the aim to cross-fertilise any domain. The next level is its combination with Harvard's CID's Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA) - as strategy for complexity!

In terms of industries, it has been established and proven in banking, consultancies, governmental and non-governmental sector ... circular economy, air pollution, ...

In terms of academia, it has been born in the research between Ghent University Belgium and University St. Kliment Ohridski North Macedonia, and continues its expansion by building bridges with affiliates in the Western Balkans region, Europe and the world. 

Read more about our approach, methods, applications - and reach out for clarification and/or assistance!


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Finding the WHY

by Admin Ana Dajovska -


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The emotional intro to this book gives a sense of the hard work put into "Tactical Management in Complexity". Speaking about changes at the very beginning of the book, the author explains the essence of the managerial work, the need for resources and information in order the manager to initiate the change. Even more important in this segment of the book, is the mentioning of reaching the goal and generating improvement. Managers, often enough, tend to get into projects in order to complete the given steps, but the sight of the final goal might be lost on the way. In the review of this segment, it is believed that the WHY of the activity/decision made/project comes first and it is the most relevant source of change. When we know the WHY, the HOW of the process of taking action comes easier and spotting the resources becomes the natural managerial activity.

Petrevska Nechkoska, R. (2019). Tactical Management in Complexity: Managerial and Informational Aspects. (C. Rauscher, Ed.). Springer International Publishing. Retrieved from https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030228033

For further reference please take a look at the "Tactical Management in Complexity" book,  our Facebook page and LinkedIn profile


Master Thesis @ UGENT Belgium mentored by the lead researcher dr. Renata Petrevska Nechkoska

by Admin Renata -

Dear friends and colleagues, 
It is my pleasure and privilege to say yesterday I participated as mentor in the successful, competent, multi-disciplinary (biology and economics) master dissertation defence of Judith De Koninck at Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde UGent Belgium. It was a process of Judith's hard work, creativity and dedication, and from what we have witnessed, she is just starting to make this world a better & more circular place ;)
Congratulations dear Judith, thank you, dear professor Geert Poels, the defence commissioner Dirk Steuperaert and committee member Michael Verdonck, for being a positively 'tough crowd' - for the constructive, thorough and very relevant input and feedback, and for steering both the student and the mentor on a quality track.


The master thesis defense

Master thesis Judith

The creative thematic workshop MAKING A REGNET, organized by WBAA in Banja Luka - one more successful collaboration of organisers from the Western Balkans!

by Admin Filip Taskovski -
December 2019, Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina, Renata Petrevska Nechkoska

Western Balkan Alumni Association (WBAA) gathers together the Erasmus+ scholarship beneficiaries including students and staff, comming from Western Balkans. The workshop entitled „MAKING A REGNET“ has been held on 22nd and 23rd November 2019 in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina, as a regional project of WBAA. The project coordinator was prof. dr. Tihomir Latinović from the Faculty of engineering in the University of Banja Luka, while his collaborators were asst. prof. dr. Renata Petrevska Nechkoska, Faculty of Economics Prilep, University St. Kliment Ohridski Bitola, North Macedonia and asst. prof. dr. Anita Jurić, Faculty of agronomy and food technology, University in Mostar, also supported by asst. prof. dr. Nikolina Pandža, from the Faculty of Philosophy and the master students Marina Marić and Anđela Miškić. 
The participants were from all Western Balkans countries (Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo and of course, the host - Bosnia and Herzegovina) contributing towards an interesting agenda with their presentations about mobility programs experiences and exchange.
Prof. dr. Saša Petković from the Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka gave lectures and carried out the workshop in engaging manner towards obtaining competences on EU funding project applications and procedures.
This WBAA workshop was a remarkable way to learn, exchange, plan new partnerships and projects, with the collaborative WBAA connotation in cooperation!
Tihomir Latinovic Renata PN Anitica Se Vratila Marina maric Милица Дедић Anđela Miškić Rregjina Prendushi Gokaj University of Banja Luka Sveučilište u Mostaru Универзитет „Св. Климент Охридски“ - Битола


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