Problems with paradigm change

Systems thinking
  1. If changes tend to happen as large paradigm shifts, then does trying to transition simply slow things down?
  2. When jumping to a new paradigm, does the new model have to be widely known before the jump, or simply known by enough people?
  3. If the existence of the old model – one which has proven to have sufficient flaws to be holding up progress – precludes the existence of any new model being able to prove itself, what is to be done?

Ed Dowding

Ed Dowding

Founder, strategist, writer, gadfly, TED talker, world-record holder, and (foolishly) reality-TV farmer.DOES: Innovation, Product, Advocacy THINKS: Regenerative Systems, Institution design, 300 year horizons

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