Leadership in Systems

If we live and work in systems, how do we create systemic change? Is change possible? Systems thinking, most simply, is a way of describing how interconnected, complex relationships operate, and then hypothesizing and postulating how we can change and adapt in these environments.

This simple definition raises important personal questions:

If you adopt and internalize the proposition that everything is connected, how will this assumption change the way you make decisions?

How do you intentionally nurture your capacity and curiosity to see more of the big picture?


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Shelley, James. (2020). 'Leadership in Systems' (in System Thinker Notebook). Originally published on August 5, 2020. Accessed on September 29, 2020. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Permalink: https://jamesshelley.com?p=17085
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