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Achieving Systems Change

Systems change is a fundamental shift in the entire production chain away from one that is unsustainable to one that is sustainable. It is a move away from short-termism, rampant consumption, and a devaluation of human capital to a long-term approach characterized by investments in our future (such as education and health care), finding a balance between socio-economic growth and resource consumption, and creating value across society so all people have a chance to live a better life.

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The History of Systems Change and Thinking

How can we create systems change? “Systems change requires systems thinking” as Building Impact states. This, in turn, requires systems theory. None of which mean much at all unless we can figure out how to agree on the definition of a system. There are many complex and word-heavy definitions, but at its core: a system is a framework of independent, but interconnected parts that work together toward a goal or process via distinct relationships and reactions.

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Systems Thinking

Systems thinking is the process of  understanding how elements (parts)  influence one another within a whole. In  nature, systems thinking examples include  ecosystems in which various elements  such as air, water, movement, plants, and  animals work together to survive or perish.  In organizations, systems consist of  people, structures, and processes that  work together to make an organization  healthy or unhealthy.

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