||Worked with the Guatemalan society, through CARE International, to create shared understanding of the fundamental dynamics of poverty among a variety of stakeholders – engaging leaders of the national intelligence service and the military policy & leadership institutes, on the one hand, and members of the former guerilla movement on the other; leaders of the Catholic church, on one end of the spectrum, and the leading Mayan philosophers and shamans, on the other; the leader of the President’s commission on local economic development, from one end of the hierarchy, and the leaders of local villages, from the other; and so on – twenty-four different perspectives. Distilled these interviews into a one-page systemic representation - a “map” - of their combined world views – one that they all understood and agreed represented their world – all of its parts and all of its interactions. We collectively came to shared agreement about the overall goal of their collective world. And, finally, we collectively identified the handful of critical resources (6, in all, out of 140+) that would enable them to move their world in the direction they all want it to go. And we did it in a matter of a few months.