Session 10

Summary and Personal Action Planning

Required Reading

  • Sunnie, G. (2016). The most important leadership competencies, according to leaders around the world. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles. 15th March 2016, 2-6.

  • Sellberg, M. M., Borgström, S.T., Norström, A.V. & Peterson. G.D. (2017). Improving participatory resilience assessment by cross-fertilizing the Resilience Alliance and Transition Movement approaches. Ecology and Society 22(1): 847-878.

  • Liedtke, C., Baedeker, C., Hasselkuß, M., Rohn, H., & Grinewitschus, V. (2015). User-integrated innovation in sustainable LivingLabs: An experimental infrastructure for researching and developing sustainable product service systems. Journal of Cleaner Production, 97, 106-116.

Mostly Free (Open-Access) Further Educational Resources

Partner & Support Organizations

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Our Mission

  1. Recognizing the urgency of achieving an 80% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 — and the opportunities this creates for scaling innovation, acting as an advocate for our movement, and its future impact.

  2. Supporting the development of a profession of managers and entrepreneurs committed to transition. We are aiming to qualify and accredit a minimum of 100,000 transition managers within 15 years.

  3. Supporting the development of role models and mentoring capacity at all levels – including ‘reverse mentoring’ – and providing for digital matchmaking of those joining the movement.

  4. Creating new educational pathways of accessible and flexible learning in transition-related topics by sharing existing educational opportunities.

  5. Developing new educational opportunities that transcend disciplinary and institutional barriers and leverage new course formats, online and open access resources, conferences, and co-labs.

  6. Join the ASI Community