Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849), Under the wave off Kanagawa (The Great Wave) from Thirty-six views of Mt Fuji. Colour woodblock, 1831.

As so many other organisations, events, programmes, experiences, human beings, and organisms, in March this year, as the wave of COVID-19 crept up on us, the Deepr Learning Marathon found itself…

A question at the heart of a new partnership between three organisations putting human connection at their core. Deepr, Enrol Yourself, and Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking have joined forces to set out on a collaborative inquiry to explore its infinite answers.

An open dialogue around the question — how we can we embed more human connection in services and systems?

We lead increasingly disconnected lives with loneliness and…

‘When there is a wish to change the world, fools begin by changing themselves.’

The Voice of The Fool, by Cecil Collins. Image Tate

Inside an internet wormhole I came across Franki Anderson’s work about the Fool, and the ancient art of fooling. It was an enlightening tunnel…

The fool I found was far from the one I thought I…

This illustration takes a systemic view, integrating the Sustainable Development Goals together. It shows the intertwined nature of social-ecological systems and how economies and societies are seen as embedded parts of the biosphere. (Image credit: Azote Images for Stockholm Resilience Centre)

“Grace happens when we act with others on behalf of our world.” — Joanna Macy

That we now live in a new geological age, the Anthropocene, terrifies me. …

School of System Change: system change capabilities

Forum for the Future have developed a set of capabilities that system changers should have.

  1. Diagnosis
  2. Strategy
  3. Innovation
  4. Collaboration

Ellie Osborne

Collaborator | Facilitator | Researcher | Designer | Coach | Always learning | Endlessly fascinated by nature, systems, people | She/Her

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