Archive for 22 December 2020

Process of using systems thinking in social entrepreneurship Let’s make it all a lot more concrete with one of our ventures: Mission Liftoff. We have a belief. We believe that ONE DAY, we will live…

How does this work in real life?  A few years back, I was having a conversation about gender equality with the Head of Gender and Diversity of a multinational corporation.  She had an unmatched passion…

So, do systems change? Absolutely. Change is still one of the only constants we have.  And it is not going anywhere.  Throughout your journey, I would invite you to practice non-judgment and to stay humble…

How could systems thinking apply to social innovation and social entrepreneurship? Let’s start with a real-life example.  How do we integrate engaging, scalable, and ongoing education about social and environmental issues in every classroom in…

What is systems thinking? Now that we got that out of the way, let’s talk about what systems thinking is.  Systems thinking is an approach that largely uncovers three areas; How the parts of a…

Misconceptions and common mistakes about systems practice “We reached our goal, the system has changed. Mission accomplished.” There will never be a time when you could say that the mission is accomplished. There is not…

When I was a kid, I used to dream about being a president. Not the president, but a president of an irrelevant micronation. All the way up to my adulthood, I used to imagine a…