Learning Change is a series featuring Amanda Tattersall, Tyson Yunkaporta, Nora Bateson and myself, exploring the development of cultures of transition.
Is 'systems thinking' a passing fad for Government, or a zeitgeist which captures an important shift where complexity is embraced instead of fought against?
Contributing to global conversations about how to chart a course forward. COVID-19 has profoundly changed our world in one short/interminable year. Many people have lost their lives. Society has been turned upside down. Many people have been working to keep their organisations, groups, businesses and government departments alive, rapidly
This post focuses on the recent advancements in a 'portfolio' approach to change work which is happening across multiple organisations, and is an interesting signal in a move away from planning-based approaches.
This post focuses on developing some good practice patterns for communicating systems change work. I have a particular interest in systems change strategies, which may be early stage or representing organisations in transition to working more systemically.
Why are systems thinking and complexity so... complex? In this post I share one activity and 6 resources to help you to be more comfortable in the complexity of our world.
Modelling and communicating how to shift systems As I’ve written about in the recent past, [https://medium.com/mdes-environmental-social-impact] I focused my recently completed Masters of Design focused on a domain I’m particularly passionate about — environmental issues. This post aims to uncover some of the research, thinking and