The Systematic Approach
The systematic approach is often a top-down approach, initiated by policy-making, at local or regional level, and including policy frameworks, strategic planning and implementation measures.
At some point the development of a learning community needs to install formal structures in support of the further development and the sustainability of the created infrastructures.
Such initiatives are typical for systemic measures, and there are obviously many different forms of systemic interventions.
What are the opportunities, challenges and obstacles in the Systemic approach?
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