moving from the abstract to application is where systems thinking comes alive, and generates the meaningful insights we need to create change.

here we share our community of practice, method guides and resources we’ve created to support your practice.

'trying and struggling looks like incompetence right up until the moment it looks like success.' ~ shane parrish


join our virtual community for access to these practice resources 

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recordings of our systems community of practice


access past recordings from our virtual sessions. 


system thinking method guides


we've created a purpose built tool to help you identify and implement a useful systems method based on your systems learning needs. 


systems thinking resources


  • systems practice poster
  • pocket guide to systems wayfinding
  • systems storytelling report
  • systems change framework


systems community of practice

building capacity for systems practitioners

december 8th 

in this session we'll invite the community to share about the kinds of support they need to do systemic change and systems thinking work.  we'll seek to name the key activities and resources and get a bit creative, thinking about the what and how to bring these into reality.  

it's a little bit of what this community of practice has always been about - meeting you where you are in your learning journey and offering the best support we can, so you can do the good work in the world that you care so much about.

we are running this community of practice twice so that folks across all time zones can join in. 


choose the one that works best for you.

'since attending the community of practice… our team has quickly grasped the practical concept of systems, and furthering our understanding to consolidate and implement an approach to systems relevant to our community. our entire health promotion team now attend the webinars as a team; such is the value and benefit we place and have gained from our involvement and participation in the systems community of practice.' ~ community health service 

we recognise and pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, their ancestors, the elders past, present and future from the different First Nations across this country. we acknowledge the importance of connection to land, culture, spirituality, ancestry, family and community for the wellbeing of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families. (ref: