NOTE: Most of this Report is a 15 page paper incorporating many of the transparency topics from a July 1998 presentation before the ICM-98 conference at Jaio Tong University in Shanghai, China. The talk titled "Demands of Complexity Meet Killer Assumptions" was presented twice, first in July 1998 and again a few months later, at George Mason University, when on 30 September 1998 Warfield was asked to give a TIPP Colloquium talk on the very next day, 1 October, as substitute for Prof. Marty Lipset, who had a death in his family. When asked at this last minute for an instant talk before the Colloquium, Warfield brushed off his July 1998 China talk, added a few extra transparencies, and appeared at the meeting place right on time, along with the 17 transparencies which he had taken to China. In both talks the message was the same, that managers when confronted with large complex problems (problem situations) must beware of assuming ideas and using methods which, while suitable for simple problems, can become a disaster when applied to monster problems - that is, those problem situations with complex origins, multiple root causes and unquestionably difficult solutions. Because he had sole use of an entire hour for the TIPP Colloquium talk, he was able to use more of the material than in Shanghai, showing extra transparencies and speaking more fully on the topic. For example, Warfield brought to his audience the Charles Peirce quote in Peirce's 1878 article "How to Make our Ideas Clear" where Peirce observes that complexity is in the mind of the beholder, not in the problem itself (or words to that effect). After the talk, several persons asked for copies of the material used in the talk, so Warfield collected a package of documents for all who sent email requests, and mailed the presentation materials to each person. Here is a contents list of the TIPP Colloquium talk papers later compiled as an IASIS report: Killer Assumptions About Complexity 6 Types and 17 Titles; Complexity - (definition); The Observer and the Observed (Peirce quotation); The Central Message; The Role of Technology in the Domain of Complexity; Demands of Complexity Meet the Killer Assumptions; A one-page abstract "Stalking the Killer Assumptions;" A 15-page paper "Demands of Complexity Meet the Killer Assumptions;" About John N. Warfield - short 1-page bio. There were also four more items not in his China packet, but TAKEN TO THE TIPP TALK AND PROBABLY USED: 3 types of Mathematical Mind, Gibbs quote; Demands of Complexity Related to Types of Killer Assumptions; Recognizing a Killer Assumption: Seven Attributes.