Systems Thinking for Effective Action develops new and more effective ways of acting in the world. The underlying belief of this programmes is that, by becoming more aware of our own assumptions and beliefs, we are better able to see the world through the eyes of others. By experimenting and responding to emergent change, we learn about our own relationship to what we know. As a result, we become more open to the complexity of those systems of which we are a part, more comfortable with uncertainty and more able to let go of the need to be right.
A desire to learn about Systems Thinking
Recipient: Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems, Bristol
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