Bill Harris founded Facilitated Systems in 1999 to help people by helping the organizations in which they spend so much of their time. He uses a number of approaches to help them make sense of the puzzles and problems organizations face.
Labels: energy, environment, growth, systems thinking
posted by Bill Harris at 8/23/2010 permalink
I think he's basically right, but neglects to make a key distinction, between growth in material throughput in the economy/earth system and broader development of technology and social organization. Material growth has to stop; improvement of the human condition does not.
Hello, Tom. I like what you say, but I'm curious: what might "improvement of the human condition" look like in concrete terms?
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