Community of Practice
Delivered in partnership with Social Enterprise Network Victoria (SENVIC), this community supports the practitioners, scholars and scholar-practitioners using Wicked Lab's complexity-informed systems change framework and Tool for Systemic Change.
A network to support complexity-informed systems changes practitioners
The Community of Practice will bring together practitioners via online events that showcase the diverse experiences and learnings of the community using Wicked Lab's framework and Tools. Each online event is focus on a different topic related to the application of the framework, and provide a digital online community for practitioners to support each other through peer-to-peer mentoring.
This Community is focused on providing support to those currently using Wicked Lab's framework and licensing the Tool for Systemic Change. However, those interested in using the framework and Tool in their community or finding a community of complexity-informed systems change practitioners are very welcome to join.
What to expect...
We aim to host online events every 2 - 3 months on topics we know our community is keen to hear and share learnings on.
There is also a private Slack Channel to share insights, ask questions and connect directly to other users of the Tool for Systemic Change.
Complexity and Community Development
Date: Wednesday 23rd November 11am - 12pm ACDT
Presented by Helen Dodd
Learn how Helen Rodd of Hot House Projects, is using wicked lab's complexity informed framework and tool in her community development practice and project evaluations.
Date: Wednesday 14th September 12pm - 1pm ACST
Learn how the University of Melbourne's The Alive Centre for Mental Health Research Translation is translating Wicked Lab's framework to the 8 Aboriginal Ways of Learning + mental health research translation ecosystem.
How to communicate systems change to diverse stakeholders.
Date: Wednesday 13th July 12pm - 1pm ACST
Presented by Dr Stephanie Godrich, Edith Cowan University.
Stephanie shared her experience in delivering Food Community, a pilot food security Systemic Innovation Lab that is using Wicked Lab's FEMLAS methodology. Based on the success of the pilot project, Stephanie and her team have secured funding from the Western Australian Government to scale this project state-wide in Western Australia which will include Systemic Innovation Labs in 7 regions. Stephanie shared her insights on how to communicate systems change using Wicked Lab's framework to diverse stakeholders including government, community and academia.