The Walters Foundation for Systems Thinking

The Walters Foundation for Systems Thinking

  • Senge, P. M. (2006). The fifth discipline: The art and practice of the learning organizationNew York: Doubleday.

    Websites: The Walters Foundation for Systems Thinking

    • The Waters Foundation’s Systems Thinking in Schools work is recognized worldwide for making systems thinking accessible and practical, both for children in classrooms as well as executives in boardrooms. With its mission to build systems thinking capacity in schools across the country and around the world, the Waters Foundation focuses on developing generations of systems thinkers who apply 21st century skills in classrooms, schools, communities and future workplaces. Systems thinkers function as local and global community members who use the concepts, habits and tools of systems thinking to understand the complexities of systems and to face into school, work and life challenges with an informed capacity to identify leverage action and achieve desired results.

    The Ackoff Collaboratory for Advancement of the Systems Approach (ACASA)

    • The mission of ACASA is to conduct theoretical and applied research, education and service to industry, government and education, using systems sciences and systems thinking as global knowledge and competency resources.


     Watch Video How Thinking in Systems can Change the World: Allison Bond at TEDxLangara Duration: (14:05)
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    Allison Bond an Assistant Deputy Minister with five agencies in portfolios such as treaty negotiations, integrated client service delivery and public consultation discusses Thinking Systems and how it can change the world.


  • Select one Law of the Fifth Discipline that you are not going to discuss in your assignment for this week, define the law, describe how you have experienced this law at work and discuss what you have learned from this law.

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