Next webinar: Wednesday 25th July 2018 3:00pm ACST
Presented by Dr Sharon Zivkovic and Emily Humphreys
In this 1 hr webinar you'll learn about a new Lab type, a Systemic Innovation Lab, which combines the features of existing Labs that are suited to addressing wicked problems. This webinar will discuss the findings of a recently published article in the Social Enterprise Journal by Dr Sharon Zivkovic titled Systemic Innovation Labs: a Lab for Wicked Problems.
Held on: Tuesday 26th July 2016
In this webinar you will learn about the characteristics of wicked problems (problems climate change, food insecurity, place-based disadvantage, obesity and active citizenship) like and how taking a complex adaptive systems approach can help change-makers address the interconnected and multi-casual nature of these problems
Thursday 8th November 2018 3pm ACST
In this 45min webinar you'll learn why wicked problems can't be addressed with just projects and programs.
We will illustrate why a complexity approach is best suited to addressing wicked problems, and demonstrate how communities and governments can take such an approach.
Held on: Tuesday 16th August 2016
Put simply, community capacity is a community’s ability to take action. After describing approaches commonly used for building a community’s capacity, this webinar will discuss how concepts from complexity science can be used for building a community’s capacity for systemic change.
Held on: Tuesday 25th July 2017
It is increasingly recognised that place-based ecosystem approaches are required to address wicked problems. But how do you measure impact when you use such an approach? After discussing the problem of attribution (how do you attribute a result to a specific intervention and not to other interventions or factors), this webinar will introduce a Matrix that aids performance measurement decision making.
Held on: Tuesday 25th October July 2015