How to Survive and Thrive

In Times of Complexity and Uncertainty

Adjust and Adapt

Can you adjust and adapt quickly enough?

Missing Knowledge

Do you have all the relevant knowledge?

Irrelevant Tools

Are your tools created for today's complexity?

“I think the next century will be the century of complexity”

Stephen Hawking

We Can Help!

  • We have created a framework utilizing modern science to specifically deal with complexity and uncertainty.
  • We will provide a unique and ready to use tool set to deliver an affordable solution as a service.
  • Within days, we will identify the gaps in your organization which are hindering your ability to operate in an unpredictable world.
  • We utilize blueprints to improve organizational structure, policies, and processes.

Galaxies has the experience.

  • Handling extreme complexity and uncertainty in defense and counter-terrorism 
  • Helping companies during the 2008 financial crisis
  • Helping an automotive company recover after the 2011 tsunami
  • Creating the architecture for a new trading company (for one of the leading natural gas provider)

Your Success Plan

1. Identifying a Problem

Together we will identify the scope and define your current problem.

2. Understanding your context

Following your expertise let’s create an understanding of your business and company’s unique context

3. Leveraging a framework

Utilize our laser-focused process to rapidly provide the solution.

4. Watch metrics improve

Let’s define metrics for success and watch them grow.

Our Promise


  • Adjusting management to excel in complexity
  • Increase clarity during times of uncertainty

Will lead to…

  • Greater profits
  • Better efficiencies
  • Increased employee engagement and retention

Above all we equip people with the tools that will enable them to better deal with change.  This is desperately needed to improve the world.

Why does it matter?

  • Losing Talent – Circuit City – To compete with Best Buy, Circuit City fired 3,400 of its most experienced salespeople.
  • Losing Market share – Blackberry – When mobile industry started focusing on bigger touchscreen displays, BlackBerry was more concerned about protecting what it already had. BlackBerry had 50% of Smartphone market in US and 20% globally. In 2016 Blackberry stopped manufacturing smartphones.
  • Get replaced – Blockbuster – The video-rental company survived the change from VHS to DVD but failed to adapt to a market that allowed for  alternative delivery methods (much less streaming)
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