• Michelle Molina

Systems Change: The 6 Levers



Systems thinking and systems change can be overwhelming. Let’s go over the systems change model presented in The Water of Systems Change. This systems change model offers six levels / conditions / levers of systems change: policies, practices, resource flows, relationships, power dynamics, and mental models. You can apply this model in a variety of settings. For example, I’ll be using it to consider systems change in education.

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