Learn more about the work of the Center for Systems Awareness by reading about our various projects or apply to attend one of our programs here.

CENTER PROGRAMS: 2021-2022

At the Center for Systems Awareness, we have a strong emphasis on capacity building to support learning and development for very diverse groups of people to become compassionate systems practitioners and leaders.

We host open introductory workshops for those who are interested to start working with a systems awareness orientation. And we run longer term, broad scale change projects where capacity building is an integrated aspect of our support and commitment.

Facilitated by Peter Senge & Mette Miriam Boell

June 2021 through July 2022

Blended course including one face-to-face workshop at The Garrison Institute, New York.

Facilitated by Peter Senge & Mette Miriam Boell

Cycle 1 starts October 26, 2021 and ends March 28, 2022

Cycle 2 starts April 19, 2022 and ends September 30, 2022

Blended course including two face-to-face workshops

This program is Invitation-only and aimed to California communities.

First session starts on October 20, 2021

(This is a six month program including 12 90-minute Zoom sessions.)

Facilitated by Gustav Boell and Rask Wanscher

Online

 

Program for certified Compassionate Systems Master Practitioners

Blended course including two face-to-face workshops

Facilitated by Mette Boell, Hanneli Ågotsdottir & Søren Munk

 

Facilitated by Peter Senge & Mette Miriam Boell

January 18-20, 2022

BLENDED 

In-person participant: MIT, Cambridge, MA

Virtual participant: Zoom

PROJECTS

Below is a broad categorical overview of the various types of projects Center for Systems Awareness is involved with. Click through the images below for a more detailed description of the work.

Watch a one-hour webinar with Peter Senge & Mette Boell on Compassionate Systems.

RESEARCH

Over the past years, we have been prototyping the systems awareness work in multiple settings. We are continuously designing more substantial pilots and projects based on the findings of these prototypes, within each of the below categories. New research publications will be available regularly.