The art and science of systems change

See on Scoop.itIt Comes Undone-Think About It

To make underlying systems more sustainable, it takes both tools and compassion, says SecondMuse’s Joe Hsueh

Eli Levine‘s insight:

I’ve always said, it’s a question of including as many aspects of a society as possible and getting them on board to bring about the changes that are needed within an organization or society.  There’s then the issue of competition against mutually exclusive ideas and beliefs that isn’t addressed in this article.  Inevitably, one set of ideas triumphs over another set of ideas as a result of their perceived (but not necessarily actual) superiority relative to the other idea.

But, again, the root of success seems to be interconnectivity with the appropriate nodes of the network.

Enjoy!

Think about it.

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