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This is a blog for people who want to vastly improve ways to address critical challenges of the 21st century such as climate change, poverty, sustainable agriculture, corruption, water, security, the financial system, forests, and marine resources. These are global challenges that require big changes in us as individuals, our organizations and our societies. We are developing organizing innovations to address these challenges, and this blog aims to spur further development and dissemination of those innovations.

1st Global Conference on Positive Change

Posted by Steve Waddell in Net Dev on January 13, 2017

Join me and others at the 1st Global Conference on Positive Change 13 – 14 April 2017, The Netherlands


Six Steps to Developing a Societal Change System

Posted by Steve Waddell in Net Dev on January 5, 2017

Large systems change efforts are greatly strengthened by strategies to create powerful Societal Change Systems (SCSs). Such systems are naturally occurring around any particular change challenge such as sustainable forestry, social justice and food security. However, they are largely invisible …


Societal Change System Stewards: A large systems change frontier

Posted by Steve Waddell in Net Dev on January 5, 2017

Addressing large systems change challenges such as sustainable energy, health care and poverty can be greatly enhanced by development of powerful societal change systems (SCSs) comprising all those organizations, projects and programs aiming to realize change. SCS Stewards can greatly …


115 Must Know Facts about Social Media

Posted by Steve Waddell in Net Dev on December 19, 2016

Social media is an increasingly important change tool. I was sent this very interesting infographic that summarizes nicely some important social media qualities. Source: Skilled


Transformation Governance is Taking Off

Posted by Steve Waddell in Net Dev on December 8, 2016

Transformation governance is collective decision-making and action processes to realize deep change. It is relevant to every issue arena. It is not about “government”; rather it is the much broader processes that can involve many stakeholders…indeed, many see transformation governance …


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