Cultivating an organization's culture is not an easy feat for companies. Lodged between bureaucracy and data-driven mindsets, the desire to understand and respond to employees in a manner that is authentic and adaptive often goes unmet. Aaron Dignan discusses how companies can become more "adaptive and human" by becoming "complexity conscious." This is a concept that made sense when I reflected upon my past work experiences. The responses from leadership when it came to complex issues did not carefully consider the relationship between our inputs; more attention was placed on the outputs or effects. Aaron Dignan makes me critique my own lens when I think about complexity and how I can become more conscious and engaged in my work.