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  • oscar soto

    Es interesante el articulo..

  • Matt Gilles

    sooo are we not supposed to be able to enlarge the infographics shown in the article?

  • What If...?

    Love this! Thanks for sharing. I was fortunate to attend a Systems/Design thinking workshop put on by Roy Marcus and the Da Vinci Institute. I recommend you get in touch with them. They'd love to see what you have here. What if educators at all levels started using a systems approach to whatever subject they taught?

    • Sara Cornish

      Yes! Going from thinking linearly (cause/effect, as our education systems teach) to systemically (what we need in business, policy, ecology) is challenging but invigorating. And thank you for the reference, I'll reach out to them.

  • Marc Posch

    All good. Unfortunately we live in a culture where the quick fix finds a higher priority (and budget) than a broad analysis of a complex situation combined with a comprehensive and long term solution.

  • Hannah Wasserman

    After mapping a wicked problem, is the next step to choose on certain element to solve? Is it ever effective to try to figure out a giant system to solve a large portion?