As I continue to explore and learn about systems thinking and how to apply it to the research and development work I do, I found quite interesting the question that is posed in the introduction of a course I am doing: What does systems thinking mean to you?
A quote by Gregory Bateson about the problems of out time
I am reading the Peripheral Visions: Learning along the Way by Mary Catherine Bateson. What a wonderful book
Thank you to Adam Kremeia for sharing with me this Guardian Long Read about the failing food systems in the UK and for pointing me to the experience from Northern Karelia in Finland. The article is titled We need to break the junk food cycle’: how… Read More
The design and implementation of development initiatives in support of policy and governance reforms often contends with systems of interlinked problems and non-linear and unpredictable change processes (Harry Jones 2011).