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Systems Thinking

We support our clients and their stakeholders to press pause, reconsider the future they want and help build the awareness and capacity to get there. Everything we do or say is an invitation to reconsider the present and to consider new futures.

Iceberg Model workshop with Lycia Harper Future Considerations

Online workshop: What is the Iceberg Model?

The Iceberg Model helps you to: Think Systemically. Get Confident. Prototype Ideas for Change. “It felt like we were going […]

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Richard Spence, Future Considerations

Richard Spence

I could not recommend Richard Spence highly enough. I am far happier, I deal directly with challenging issues and people, […]

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You cannot manage complexity, Jon Freeman

You cannot manage complexity

This article assumes some depth of background knowledge of Spiral Dynamics.  There is a very comprehensive 1-hour video introduction to […]

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The Iceberg Model by Lycia Harper

Involved in transformation? People love the iceberg model!

I had the experience again. I offered a simple iceberg model and my client seized on it, waved it around […]

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Lycia Harper, Future Considerations

Lycia Harper

Lycia is an organisational development consultant specialising in sustainability and change. She helps people develop ‘system sight’ – greater awareness […]

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Why does change happen? By Jon Freeman

Why does change happen? Fundamentals of development

Stupid question maybe? Because change just does? Does it even matter why? OK, I will ask another way. The fundamental […]

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Activism or Service? By Celine McKeown

Activism or Service: What kind of leadership does our world need right now?

Given our global reality is one of increasing economic disparity, the rise of populism, creeping nationalism and protectionism, the threat of nuclear war – we could go on… Celine McKeown, reflects on what type of leadership the world really needs right now: Activism or Service, referencing the latest work by renowned author, Meg Wheatley.

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Getting future fit, Jules Fell

Getting Future Fit: Do we have what it takes?

Avoidance, confusion, anger, blame, and fear – these are all negative reactions to the current reality that our world faces. At the same time within the business world, there seems to be an unspoken expectation that people should be able to step up and surprise when they can’t. Jules Fell invites you to explore Meg Wheatley’s idea of “Warriors of the Human Spirit” as a response to these external conditions and how we should equip ourselves as leaders of today and tomorrow to respond creatively, purposefully, and constructively.

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John Watters, Future Considerations

John Watters

“I used to be more future-oriented: rigorous planning, talking of sustainable change, imagining that the changes, I and others, were […]

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Beth mAcdonald, Future Considerations

Beth mAcdonald

“I grew up in Johnson & Johnson as a scientist and engineer leading increasingly larger and more diverse groups of […]

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Is Barry Oshry’s Systems Thinking Still Relevant at the Teal level?

A significant number of leaders we meet are interested in a new way of organising: one that is centred on […]

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A Unique combination of Oshry Systemic Frameworks and Mindfulness

An opportunity to both practice mindfulness as well as to enter into an unusually powerful learning experience about our organisations’ […]

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