• Seanna Davidson

towards a theory of systemic action

article: zaid hassan


What is this resource?

This article, from consultancy Roller Strategies, offers practice-based rules of thumb. These guiding principles cover engaging in complex systems as well as enabling change through interventions and leverage points.

Why is it worthwhile?

At moments of confusion or uncertainty, practitioners can return to these guiding principles and apply them as criteria for decision making to determine what has unfolded and why. They help to inform how to act, and what we can expect in this kind of work.

Who is it useful for?

This resource may interest those wanting to engage directly in systems change work.


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