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Systems Thinking For Social Change

Empower Change with Systems Thinking: David Stroh’s “Systems Thinking for Social Change” is a must-read for anyone eager to solve society’s complex problems.

Praised by Peter Senge, it’s a guide to reviving intuitive problem-solving skills.

Beyond Good Intentions: Discover why well-meaning solutions often worsen the problems they aim to solve, like increasing homelessness through temporary shelters or starvation through food aid.

A New Way of Thinking: Stroh introduces systems thinking as a key tool for effective problem solving, decision making, and strategic planning in social change—accessible to all, not just experts.

Practical Applications: Learn through real-world examples how to tackle issues such as homelessness, public health, education, and more. This book offers step-by-step guidance for applying systems thinking to get the results you desire.

Achieve Meaningful Impact: Ideal for donors, nonprofit leaders, and policymakers, “Systems Thinking for Social Change” is an inspirational guide to making a tangible difference in the world around you.

Author: David Peter Stroh

Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing

ISBN: 9781603585804

Pages: 264

Country: UK  

Language: English  

Dimension: 6 x 9 inch