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evaluating complexity

Increasing Our Ability to Evaluate Complexity

Evaluation can be a powerful force for change within organizations. As a result of how we assess our efforts, we pay attention to different areas and invest differently. I assume that those reading this post are the sort of people who would change their approach if they knew, for example, that... Read more

Operating When You Can't See the Full Picture

This blog was originally posted in Stanford Social Innovation Review's Communities Creating Health series. 

Problems can be simple, complicated, or complex. Building a hospital is an example of a relatively simple challenge; given the necessary resources and expertise, we can... Read more