Angelika Schanda works as a Programme Manager at the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science. She specializes in systemic social impact and effective cooperation. Her experience in the nonprofit and business sectors during 15 years convinced her that no single approach or actor can bring upon lasting change on their own. Therefore, Angelika’s key interests are to analyze problems from a systems perspective as well as to build systemic partnerships between diverse groups. Towards that end, her blog YoungModeler.net brings together young systems researchers and practitioners from all over the world.
Foto (c): Apollonia Theresa Bitzan
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Worksho contributor (with Okan McAllister):
How do systems actually change – and what you can do about it
Sunday, 10.11. 9:30-11:00
The climate is changing but society is not – why? How can we change that?
Systems change is a popular concept, but what does it actually mean? How can you actually understand and change systems? How can you play an even bigger role in changing systems, beyond the actions that you already take as an individual? In this open fireside chat, you will get applicable insights and advice on taking your next steps on that journey and discuss your most burning questions.