Systems thinking is my “weapon of choice” to bring clarity to the complexities of ever changing environments.
Systems mapping requires some time, honest conversations and an appetite for hard questions. But when people see their organisation in a new light or understand the challenges they face with unprecedented clarity, all efforts are worth while as the pathways to action and meaningful transformation come into focus.
All contexts are fluid. Any single point of view is only a glimpse of the puzzle — often frozen in time — but you, you want a full portrait for you and tour team. You want a deep understanding of your context, your organisation, customers, internal processes and you want this understanding to evolve as your environment changes. This is just the beginning of what Systems Thinking allows us to do.
I combine human-centered design and integrative thinking with visual facilitation as the starting point for my RD&D process