Do-It-Yourself Systems Thinking Exercise

We talk a lot about systemic change. But what about being a systems thinker? Do we have the habits of systems thinking?

According to the Waters Foundation “Systems thinking utilizes habits, tools and concepts to develop an understanding of the interdependent structures of dynamic systems. When individuals have a better understanding of systems, they are better able to identify the leverage points that lead to desired outcomes.” Read more at Famvin.org.

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