Keynote Speakers | David Sloan Wilson and Christi Zuber
October 11-12, 2019 | Denver, CO
Change is happening all the time. But we are often overwhelmed by its unintended consequences. Can we get better at creating positive change intentionally, as individuals, organizations, communities, institutions, and countries, through mindful attention to the consequences of our actions? How can we embrace unintended consequences that add value, and better anticipate those that destroy value? To do so is likely to require approaches - such as human-centered design, systems thinking, collective action, and relational coordination - that are inclusive and mindful of interdependence.
At this year’s RCRC Roundtable, we will explore how to use relational approaches to intentional change to solve the most pressing challenges we face by building shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect with all relevant stakeholders, whether in healthcare, education, community health, community safety, government, or private industry.The RCRC Roundtable will be on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12 in Denver, Colorado where innovation and change are the new normal. For more information.