The Shape of Change

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    With a systemic approach, interdependencies and networks are more significant than hierarchies. Understanding how to trace these relationships and influence them is critically important. Making change happen requires collaboration and the sharing of power.

    Not everyone agrees about the place of existing institutions in systemic change. Some believe that disruptive change by necessity rejects them. Others argue that today’s systemic failures are so profound that we cannot move forward unless existing institutions are part of the solution.

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Daniel Dickens, Power & The Shape Of Change

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