Redesigning the deeper system structures

“In order to tell a systems story, people need to make three shifts:
• From seeing just their part of the system to seeing more of the whole system—including why and how it currently operates as well as what is being done to change it.
• From hoping that others will change to seeing how they can first change themselves.
• From focusing on individual events (crises, fires) to understanding and redesigning the deeper system structures that give rise to these events.”

Excerpt From: David Peter Stroh. “Systems Thinking For Social Change: A Practical Guide to Solving Complex Problems, Avoiding Unintended Consequences, and Achieving Lasting Results.”