Power and influence: developing a political archetype at an Australasian systems workshop
Systems archetypes are effective in communicating complex behaviour with relatively simple structures across a wide range of topics. The “power dynamics” between divergent points of view is critically important in decision-making when it comes to formulation and implementation of policies. This topic was explored at a four-day Australasian systems workshop run in New Zealand. A synthesis approach was combined with using rigorous analytical procedures from system dynamics. Building n...[Show more]
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