This paper sets out the Centre for Integral
Transformation’s Full Spectrum Approach, a way of dealing with
change, programmes, etc., that is more effective because it covers
area which are not normally taken into consideration leading to less
than optimum solutions.
What is the Full Spectrum Approach?
The Full Spectrum Approach is a way at looking at
what needs to be achieved from different perspectives. So not just
looking at the processes, either as components of fully functioning
‘systems’, but also the people aspect of what is happening from both
an individual perspective and also from a group or cultural one.
In fact these quadrants can be further broken down, for example
looking just at the people perspective gives this:
And again culture can be looked at specifically, this time by using
Richard Barrett’s Seven Levels of Organisational Consciousness.