Last week's Twitter chat: How do you create systematic change?
If you missed last week's Twitter chat about creating systematic change, then you can now follow the online discussion and see the ideas shared by participants.
Last Wednesday Collaborate and Social Innovation Generation (SiG) hosted a Tweetchat about the role of systematic change and collaborating to create ecosystems that support innovation for systems change. This chat followed the launch of the report Ecosystems for Systems Change, which highlighted key insights and discussions from the Unusual Suspects Festival.
Even though the Tweetchat has passed, please tweet your views to #SIecosystemw/ @sigeneration @CollaborateIns or get in touch with Adelaide Adade, our partnerships and project manager at firstname.lastname@example.org We would be delighted to hear your views.
Click here to view the tweets from the chat on Storify.
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