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Mar 4 • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Systems Thinking Series: How Loops Lead to Leverage

  • Organizer: Waters Center for Systems Thinking
  • Venue: Virtual

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Systems Thinking Series: How Loops Lead to Leverage

Thursday, March 4, 2021, 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. EST

Systems thinkers rely on causal loops to show relationships between key system parts in order to identify areas of leverage. In this Open Studio webinar, participants will interpret and be able to tell the story of a loop map and be introduced to Cauzality. This soon-to-be released loop-making platform will change the way systems thinkers create, use and interpret causal loops and relationships within and between systems.

What is Systems Thinking? 

Systems thinking is a transformational approach to learning, problem-solving, and understanding the world. Systems thinking helps researchers see beyond the heart of a problem to find fair and lasting solutions that deliver holistic benefits. It recognizes that the big picture is rarely static, but is almost always a web of factors that interact to create patterns and change over time. It’s a catalyst for learning and leadership — in the lab, the boardroom, or around the kitchen table.

The Waters Center for Systems Thinking is an internationally recognized leader in system thinking capacity building. The center is dedicated to providing the tools and methods that help people understand, track, and leverage the connections that affect their personal and professional goals.

Learn more through the Thinking Tools Studio, a free resource to introduce you to systems thinking.

This workshop will be offered (virtually) twice on March. 4th: 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. EST.

Please RSVP using the red button above; Please also register through the Waters Center- registration opens one week in advance of the workshop.