Renowned systems scientist Peter Senge, Senior Lecturer, Leadership and Sustainability at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and Founding Chair, Society of Organizational Learning and Founder, Academy for Systems Change, joined us on campus for our recent SHINE Summit (The Future Workplace: Building Flourishing Organizations Today) to discuss taking a systems approach to the human impacts of work.
In his Summit keynote, Peter addressed why systems theory is more important now than ever for innovation and problem solving in our increasingly complex and dynamic world. As a follow up to the SHINE Summit, Peter recorded this bonus talk on systemic well-being, which we are pleased to share with the SHINE community. Enjoy!
On Systemic Well-being, Peter Senge