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LSI approach and principles               

"Each time we do principles over techniques, whatever the timeframe, we make the world a little better than the day before" - Marvin Weisbord -

The LSI-approach is based on thoroughly researched theories on the conditions required for diverse groups of people to work together effectively. See also under History. In most literature about LSI one or more LGI methods are central. We embrace the motto "the best cooks use the principles, not the recipes", which emphasises the principles for designing a customised change process that meets the particular circumstances.

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Practical guide LSI

Building an evidence based practical guide to Large Scale Interventions: Towards sustainable organisational change with the whole system

Building an evidence based practical guide to Large Scale Interventions. Towards sustainable organisational change with the whole system

by Tonnie van der Zouwen.

A practical guide for effective use of LSI, based on 6 years of academic social research

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