The world is getting more complex and more difficult. This calls for systems leadership - the ability to make sense of complex systems and to make positive and practical interventions.
Systems leadership is more than systems thinking. It involves the ability to bring together people and systems in a joined-up collaboration.
Systems thinking is an important starting point. But there are many different schools of systems thinking. Each school provides a lens, which allows us to view simple or complex systems in a systematic way. However no school has all the answers.
If you want to tackle complex system problems, you need to be able to view problems using more than one lens. We call this "lenscraft" - the ability to use multiple lenses in an appropriate way.