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The water of systems change John Kania, Mark Kramer and Peter Senge

By: Kania, John.
Contributor(s): Kramer, Mark | Senge, Peter.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston, MA : FSG, 2018Description: electronic document (20 pages) ; PDF file : 5.5 MB.Subject(s): CHANGE MANAGEMENT | ORGANISATIONAL SYSTEMS | SOCIAL CHANGE | SOCIAL POLICY | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Foundations involved in systems change can increase their odds for success by focusing on the least explicit but most powerful conditions for change, while also turning the lens on themselves. The Water of Systems Change aims to clarify what it means to shift these conditions. We offer the “inverted triangle” framework as an actionable model for funders and others interested in creating systems change, particularly those who are working to advance equity. (From the website). Record #6308
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Foundations involved in systems change can increase their odds for success by focusing on the least explicit but most powerful conditions for change, while also turning the lens on themselves.

The Water of Systems Change aims to clarify what it means to shift these conditions. We offer the “inverted triangle” framework as an actionable model for funders and others interested in creating systems change, particularly those who are working to advance equity. (From the website). Record #6308