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I walk the usual path in the Arboretum park lost in my thoughts. The trees on my left. The lake on my right. My dog pulls following some scents under a thin layer of snow. I can see the bend of the path about 100 meters ahead. I see the tree that has grown diagonally and not straight up. Maybe it was due to the winds or the soft soil at the edge of the […]

Systems are everywhere


A few years ago, I read Duncan Green‘s book, How Change Happens. One particular paragraph really resonated with me. “Once I began thinking about systems, I started to see complexity and unpredictable ‘emergent change’ everywhere—in politics, economics, at work, and even in the lives of those around me.” Duncan Green, How Change Happens I often recall that paragraph when strolling through the forest near Tampere or while walking my dog at the Arboretum. Especially during […]