How to change the world: Moving from theory to practice

Join us for an interactive conversation with Anne Caspari about how change happens. She will talk about emergence, complex adaptive systems, micronarratives and the personal dimension of change. Be prepared to have your assumptions challenged - and have fun with it on a Friday afternoon!


This conversation is the first of many in a new project called AdaptationCONNECTS, which looks at the relationship between climate change adaptation and transformations to sustainability. The project is led by Professor Karen O'Brien at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography.

Anne Caspari is a specialist in change management, for both personal growth and organizational change processes. She focuses on deep transformative processes in all contexts. In the face of the adaptive complexity, she works with great understanding and finesse to integrate resistances. With organizational work, she uncovers systemic design flaws and immunities to change in the business ecology. She also works with handpicked leaders, visionaries to help them integrate personal barriers to clarity, power and impact since 2001.

Tags: Change, Narrative, Climate change
Published Sep. 16, 2016 2:05 PM - Last modified Sep. 17, 2016 9:32 AM