MICRO-IMPROVEMENTS, MEGA IMPACT
Micro-Improvements approach restores Agency.
Agency is defined as one’s independent capability to act for one’s own as well as collective well-being. In a complex, real-world system, there are factors, actors and interactions that are beyond one’s locus of control. Thus, any conversation around systemic change that dwells upon intermediate and long-term change (outcomes) inherently leaves actors with a sense of lack of agency.
Thus, the approach enables a virtuous cycle of regenerative change powered by the mantra of I have, I can, I wish among the practitioners, thereby restoring their agency.