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Posted 2.5.15

Joe Hsueh shared his recent sustainable fisheries case work to illustrate how systems mapping can be used to convene stakeholders in complex systems resulting in collective action. After the fisheries case, a model of on the ground systemic change process experiences was presented and discussed. 

Joe is a large systems change designer, mapper, facilitator, capacity builder and innovator. He is passionate about applying the systems approach to build collaborative networks. Joe is a partner at SecondMuse, a founding partner at the Academy for Systemic Change, a steward of the GOLDEN Ecosystem Labs and an adjunct faculty at MIT, National Taiwan University and UC Santa Barbara." Read more about Joe here.


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