New Approaches to Leverage Points for Systems Change Thu, May 27 5:30pm – 6:30pm BST ZoomNew Approaches to Leverage Points for Systems Change | Si Network
New Approaches to Leverage Points for Systems Change
The idea of leverage points was introduced by Donella Meadows in a paper where she proposed a set of places to intervene in a system that would result in varying degrees of change within the overall organization. She started with the insight that there are levers or places within a complex system where a “small shift in one thing can produce big changes in everything.”
The idea of leverage points has since captured people’s imagination and become a popular concept. In the past number of years new ideas have emerged around leverage points such as the idea of systems aikido, systems acupuncture, and system gardening. In this discussion hosted by the Si London Hub we will explore these “new approaches to leverage points for system change”.
Anna Birney, director of School of System Change and author of “Cultivating System Change: A Practitioner’s Companion”
Orit Gal Senior Lecturer for Strategy and Complexity at Regents University London and creator of Social acupuncture theory.
More speakers yet to be confirmed.
Online Event, Date: May 27th, 5:30pm UK