There are many calls for systems change and collective action to address the complex societal challenges we’re facing. At the same time, collaboration is becoming increasingly difficult, and traditional approaches to collaboration are becoming increasingly ineffective. 

In this article, we share 7 mental, emotional, and process shifts that, in our experience, enable the rare levels of radical collaboration and creative action that allow system transformation and are now sorely needed.

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The time for effective collaboration is now

Radical collaboration is a pragmatic and proven approach to advancing climate action with the speed, scale, and justice required to make an urgent, effective, scalable impact.

Learn how to collaborate for climate action with the guidebook: “Radical Collaboration to Accelerate Climate Action”.

This article explores the element of justice in the power-love configuration and what this combination might mean for all of us who navigate social change.
Many countries around the world confront the complex issue of immigrant, migrant, and refugee rights. As economies battle, GDP declines, and employment drops, anti-immigrant sentiment often rises.
Adam Kahane shares his learning from facilitating The Mont Fleur Scenario Exercise, which helped South Africa's transition to democracy.
The Dinokeng Scenarios were a space for open, reflective and reasoned strategic conversation among South Africans about possible futures for the country.
The Mont Fleur scenario exercise brought together diverse leaders who worked together to envision South Africa's transition from apartheid to democracy.
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