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Systems Thinking Books

This page contains recommendations for Systems Thinking books.

First and foremost:

The Systems Work of social change



The issues of poverty, inequality, racial justice, and climate change have never been more pressing or paralyzing. Current approaches to social change, which rely on industrial models of production and power to "solve" social problems, are not helping. In fact, they are designed to entrench the status quo. In The Systems Work of Social Change, Cynthia Rayner and François Bonnici draw on two hundred years of history and a treasure trove of stories of committed social changemakers to uncover principles and practices for social change that radically depart from these approaches.

Rather than delivering "solutions," these principles and practices focus on the process of change itself. Through rich storytelling and lucid analysis, Rayner and Bonnici show that connection, context, and power sit at the heart of the change process, ensuring broader agency for people and communities to create social systems that are responsive and representative in a rapidly changing world. Simple yet profound, this book distills a timely set of lessons for practitioners, leaders, scholars, and policymakers.



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In second place

Ecosystemize your business

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Ecosystemize Your Business provides an easy-to-follow, four-stage process for mastering business ecosystems. The book introduces several concepts, methods, and tools to accurately visualize, intuitively understand, and successfully navigate the dynamic, ever-changing ecosystem world in which every company is destined to compete.

To understand a company’s positioning in an ecosystem world traditional management concepts are no longer sufficient. Companies based on ecosystems have the advantage and the ability to grow stronger and more quickly. Ecosystem companies set standards, define the rules for business, and become leaders on the market by shifting profit pools away from conventional business.


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