A hands-on guide for academia to explore why, when
and how to engage in dialogue for more impact in society.
A wooden set of nine building blocks which help you to unravel your specific complex situation.
Monique Janmaat published an article about Deep Democracy: how can it help you to make broadly supported decisions, using the wisdom of the minority?
A bundle with 18 stories on complex transformation processes, shared by facilitators, initiators, managers and citizens.
An article by Han Rakels on the U4 Academic Leadership Programme, developed by and for five European universities.
What is the origin of Perspectivity? Co-founder Hans Keijzer wrote this highly personal book about his quest for an attitude that is focused on the service of society as a whole, published just after his death in 2013.
How would you deal with the complex problem of climate change?
How does Future Search look like in real life?
What is the philosophy behind Future Search?
A PechaKucha presentation about our origins, why we feel separated, what the ‘warboel’ is all about, and how that leads us to both chemistry and Pippi Langkous.
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Nine building blocks for creating collective impact in complexity
Complex challenges are journeys of discovery, involving many actors and factors that are intertwined. The result of their interaction is unpredictable. Fortunately we can deal with complexity in a sensible way!
Perspectivity has developed a transformation tool to help you navigate complexity. Our Complexity Navigator is made up of nine building blocks. Each block is a stepping stone on the journey to create collective impact. The extent to which you need each block depends on the situation.