What do you mean by systemic change?
beyond any education system or economic system or health system or political system or environmental system or whatever siloed system, we should, and now can, affect a global systemic change.
a deep/honest look reveals some major man-made technologies that no longer bode us well. we can now render irrelevant, ie: work, school, money, politics, poverty, war, .. as better options are available/doable. in fact these better technologies have been available for a while, we just keep letting our policies/politics get in the way.
any global systemic change begs:
a problem deep enough as to resonate with all the people today. (ie: all 7 billion people are not currently concerned with poverty issues)
a mechanism simple enough as to be accessible/usable by all the people today. (ie: there are no directions/trainings/manuals/languages all people can currently access, except that which is already inside them)
once we realize this.. once we go down this path of questioning things.. there’s really kinda no going back.. no?
we have all we need.
same via slidedeck:
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same via issuu:
“Unless an innovation lab is attached to something big, it’ll be limited—often unnoticed” @alwalji http://t.co/4weh2AgbcC via @unreasonable
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/EpsteinDaniel/status/619247441305538560
help reduce systemic constraints to innovation systematically.
A profit-obsessed system isn’t compatible w/ either human rights or the natural limits of earth. – Bree Newsome
realize a human life/practice absolutely outside determinations of the law -Giorgio Agamben, highest poverty – eudaimonia
Bob Marshall (@flowchainsensei) tweeted at 6:21 AM – 3 Aug 2018 :
“A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that worked. A complex system designed from scratch never works and cannot be patched up to make it work. You have to start over with a working simple system.” ~ John Gall (http://twitter.com/flowchainsensei/status/1025356005704654848?s=17)
Jan Höglund (@janhoglund) tweeted at 10:12 AM on Sat, Aug 08, 2020:
…although the claim was made that systems thinking is holistic…it is in fact much more reductionist in practice… —Henri Bortoft