Joe Hsueh is a change enabler, university lecturer and researcher in system dynamics, learning organization and large-scale systemic change. He is passionate about the process of identifying, designing, mapping, convening, facilitating, prototyping, enabling and sustaining large-scale systemic change for social, economic and ecological well-being.
He helps multi-stakeholders in organizations and communities see the larger system and identify high-leverage interventions in their most critical issues using qualitative systems mapping and quantitative system dynamics modeling. He enables local change agents to catalyze, prototype and sustain change efforts while building their capacities through systems thinking, learning organization, causal mapping, leadership and happiness workshops. Joe teaches system dynamics at MIT and National Taiwan University and developed the MIT Sloan Clean Technology Startups Management Flight Simulator for researching and teaching the dynamic effects of human resource, product development, sales and financing strategies of a startup company. He has a Ph.D. from MIT Sloan School of Management, a M.P.A. in International Development from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and had spent a year at a Buddhist monastery experiencing Buddhism through volunteering around the world.
- Location: Taiwan