Theory of Aligned Contributions

The Theory of Aligned Contributions attempts to articulate the necessary and sufficient conditions needed to bridge the gap between desired results and current reality in complex adaptive systems. It posits that population level changes are most likely to occur if a core group of multi-sector, cross-agency leaders not only respond to a call to action, but also take aligned actions at scope and scale towards a result. Without alignment of actions the quest for change is just business as usual.
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