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Responding to The Exponential Demand for Systems Thinking

Responding to The Exponential Demand for Systems Thinking

by | May 6, 2021

The “demand” for systems thinking has never been greater. Period. And it’s growing. Exponentially. Yet, our ability to meaningfully recognize and respond to that demand comes nowhere near closing such a critical gap – a gap that simply must be closed – especially now.

We had an insightful conversation with Scott Spann (Innate Strategies) and Kell Delaney (Conversant). We explored how to meet the growing demand for systems thinking by reflecting on case studies along with the principles, practices, and processes that emerged from them.

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