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MINDS Cast Ep. 4 – Systems Thinking Application in International Development w/ Amitaksha Nag

May 7 at 10 am NY | 3 pm London | 10 pm Beijing | Time Converter

In this webinar, Amitaksha will share his insights about application of systems thinking in development projects and policy making. He will focus on conceptualizing systems-level (feedback, accumulations, delays) interactions over project change pathways, and its implication on understanding of success in development interventions. With examples, the presentation will demonstrate how projects deemed successful can produce unfavorable results at the systems-level.

About the Presenter

Amitaksha Nag is a systems change practitioner with over 20 years of experience in facilitating co-learning of complex systems for design and evaluation of international development programs. He has been leading adoption of systems thinking and adaptive approaches in organizations, and trained policy makers, community leaders, change managers, scholars, and students around the world. His interest is in practical and accessible application of systems thinking concepts and tools that improve public participation in policy decisions. Amitaksha innovated the Datamuse platform (www.datamuse.io) that is widely used for mapping networks and mental models of stakeholders that influence change.

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