• Seanna Davidson

mapping momentum: a snapshot of the emerging field of systems change

report: social innovation generation

What is this resource?

This is a report produced by the systems change collaboration Social Innovation Generation (SiG) in Canada, and the Systems Studio based in New York.

Why is this worthwhile?

Both authors have been instrumental in the field of systems change in North America, through philanthropy and design and implementation of systems change labs. In this report they reflect on experiences and processes to identify the necessary roles and activities required to support systems change. They also explore the thematic areas in which systems change is taking place and provide notable examples of organisations working on these challenges.

Who is this useful for?

This resource is appropriate for policy makers, philanthropic organisations and not-for profit organisations who are seeking to understand the enabling conditions and networks that can facilitate systems change.

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