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Systems Change Learning is a multi–year practice rooted in testing and learning as we go.
Explore and engage in the peer-to-peer learning opportunities on Systems Change.

Peer learning on systems change is necessary to create an enabling emergent, action-based learning for changemakers to adopt transformational change strategies. Systems change learning opportunities each provide a unique, easy to understand learning methodology that allows practitioners to test, experience, reflect and learn.

Our partners’ provide learning platforms that offer peer-to-peer e–learning for our members to engage and learn from one another. The formation of Catalyst peer-to-peer learning cohorts will allow members to co–create strategies together depending on their interest area. Each peer-to-peer learning group will be launched based on demand.

Currently, there are three peer-to-peer learning opportunities through our partners including Acumen Systems Practice, Ashoka and Societal Platforms.

Systems Practice

An Approach to Move from Impossible to Impact is designed by Acumen and the Omidyar for group learning and benefits members and their teams to understand a systematic problem collectively. The course includes mapping a complex systematic problem chosen by the team, identifying specific points in the system where impact is possible, as well as creating a leverage hypothesis and a framework to describe the aim to create systemic change.

Systems Practice by Acumen

Ashoka System Change Masterclass

The Ashoka System Change Masterclass: uses tools to reach a clearly defined systems change goal, a list of milestones and concrete projects that you want to reach to achieve a systems change goal. Use practical worksheets to start flexing your systems thinking muscles and customise a systems change strategy deck within a pre-designed template with tools to engage a broader audience and build a network of allies.

Systems Change Masterclass

Societal Platforms

are manifestations of Societal Thinking, a systemic approach, a set of values and specific design principles, to reimagine social problems and redesign core interactions between key stakeholders of society. Social problems are large, complex and dynamic. Traditional ways of solving them cannot keep up with the pace at which these problems grow and mutate. Digital technology can unlock exponential problem solving tools — where one small shift sparks a cycle of regenerative change. Societal Thinking offers sectoral know-how, frameworks and technology building blocks to design and build such solutions.

Systems Practice by Acumen

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