How do you describe systems change? What it means, when and why it can be useful? How do you make the case?Read More
Systems change: What is it and how on earth do you do it?
"If no one shows up, I'm looking forward to listening to you guys anyway" we said to each other.
The 'we' was Lorin Fries, Head of Food Systems Collaboration at the World Economic Forum and Ava Lala from Geneva Global and I. We had been invited by Jeff Glenn to speak on a panel at the Harvard Social Enterprise conference on the topic of 'systems entrepreneurship'.Read More
Systems Change is about seeing a problem from multiple perspectives. Systems change initiatives typically work on many failures within the system at once. They are defined by their focus on the root cause of an issue, rather than solving the symptoms of a problem. They typically employ a combination of many interventions at once because one strategy will rarely solve a complex challenge.Read More