Joe Hsueh designs and facilitates systems change. He is passionate about the holistic process of identifying, designing, mapping, convening, prototyping, funding, learning, capacity building and scaling large-scale systems change for social, economic and ecological well-being.
He helps multi-stakeholder groups see the larger system and identify high-leverage points for collective action using qualitative systems mapping and quantitative system dynamics modeling with clients such as Nike, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Walton Family Foundation and the World Bank. He has worked on a wide variety of issues including sustainable fishery, sustainable food, sustainable apparel, sustainable consumption and production, clean energy, rainforest economy, disaster risk management, cancer-free economy, water resource management, labor standard, education, youth leadership, startup strategy, micro-finance and impact investing. Besides consulting and advising, Joe teaches systems thinking and systems change at Harvard and National Taiwan University. He has a Ph.D. in system dynamics 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