Dialectiq sees complex problems as a web of intertwined relationships, conflicting interests and power struggles.


It is how these relationships play out that creates mistrust, and hampers the ability to forge durable agreements.


Yet, it is also within these relationships where opportunities for rebuilding trust exist.

How Dialectiq works

What can Dialectiq do?

By connecting different types of knowledge we make analysis more accessible, dynamic, relevant and meaningful

Map complex systems and their networks

Dialectiq maps how different causal factors are interlinked and the relationships driving these behaviours.


This means users can take a more holistic view of the problem and consider their intervention from different perspectives.

Explore ways to move forward

Through understanding the nature of interactions, users can break down key relationships into discrete problems, risks or opportunities.

This provides a practical direction for moving forward and pinpointing entry points where change agents can transform behaviours with a relatively high likelihood of success.

Embark on a transformative learning journey

For solutions to emerge from complex problems requires a dynamic tool that facilitates continual learning and iteration.


Dialectiq enables users to embark on a collective journey of adapting strategies as the context evolves, or as the (inevitable) unintended consequences of the interventions take hold.


This ability to continually update their understanding helps users work in an emergent and experimental manner.