Ecosystem Transition  Program

'If you are seeking system change and looking to map activity and impact across a dynamic, interconnected ecosystem, this program is for you."

Nick Verginis, CEO

Social Enterprise Network of Victoria 

About the program

Are you a system change practitioner looking to rapidly build your knowledge, skills and tools to steer systems change? 

​This program is a case-study-based program designed for participants who want to rapidly build their understanding of the Wicked Lab framework and get a deep understanding of the Tool for Systemic Change.

This program is ideal for: 

  • Practitioners wanting skills and tools to measure systems change activities

  • System stewards within government

  • Portfolio managers within government or Not For Profits

  • Thematic Social Enterprise networks

Structure and delivery 

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The Program is interactive and delivered online over 3 weeks.  It consists of the following parts:

Part 1 Using a Complexity-based Approach to Address Wicked Problems

Part 1 provides participants with an understanding of the characteristics of complex (wicked) problems, and why a complexity approach is required to address them. 

 

Part 2 Enabling Phase Transitions  

 

Part 2 provides participants with the understanding, knowledge and skills required to assist communities to strengthen their adaptive dynamics, and transition to new ways of working that have increased system functioning and performance.

 

Part 3 Track and Measure Ecosystem Transitions

 

In order to develop strategies to take action, Part 3 provides participants with the understanding, knowledge and skills to track and measure transitions, and to interpret Transition Cards and Ecosystems Maps. 

Participating online via zoom, you’ll join a group of participants for live presentations, demonstrations of the Tool for Systemic Change and case study activities so that you can demonstrate your understanding.  There will also be homework activities to complete between sessions that will be built upon each session. Each online session will be recorded so that you can access the recording after the session for future reference.

 

The program takes place over 3 x 3-4hr workshops that are held weekly. Each participant is provided with:

  • Access to online material that supports continued learning and recorded workshops for reference

  • 1 yr license to the Tool for Systemic Change including Ecosystem Map feature 

Price

 

Cost is AUD$2700 / €1750 / USD$1950*

*This includes 12mth license for the Tool for Systemic Change valued at AUD$1900

Team programs

Give your team the knowledge, skills and tools to embrace complexity with a tailored team Ecosystem Transition Program. 

This program can be run for diverse stakeholders or distributed teams who’s organisation is building the capacity of a team to lead systems change. 

To learn more contact us on hello@wickedlab.co

Next intake

To be announced

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Hear from  participants

This program allows you to stand back, zoom out and see the whole picture. Which can be terrifying but is the only way to wrap your head around all of it. Emily and Sharon are brilliant.


Dr Kate Barrelle - Chief Impact Officer + Cofounder STREAT / Moving Feast

If you are seeking system-change and looking to map activity and impact across a dynamic, interconnected ecosystem, this program is for you. Starting with a clear theoretical foundation, the program takes off with the intelligent and intuitive ecosystem mapping online tool that helps to communicate and crystallise the complexity in system-change work. The Wicked Lab Ecosystem mapping tool will be immensely valuable as SENVIC encourages break-through collaboration and to coordinate and motivate collaborative, cross-sector innovation.


Nick Verginis, CEO Social Enterprise Network of Victoria (SENVIC)

This program really gets you thinking bigger, and the tool is incredibly impressive

Russell CEO The Community Grocer 

I've been around complexity theory for a while in my professional life, but haven't seen anything that draws theory into practice in this kind of nuanced way before. Definitely excited at the opportunity to use this as a collective.

Megan Roberts, The Open Food Network