The theories of systemic change views the world as a universe comprising of a hierarchy of systems that are systemically interlinked and well-structured via sub-systems. That systemic change occurs in the universe when
People as agents of the systems change, become systems thinkers and adopt a systemic point of view
People shift their thinking, life styles and organizational behaviors to invest in systemic principles and values. Systemic change theorists argue that systemic change can be measured and evaluated in terms of the shifts in peoples' values, assumptions, awareness and behavior change patterns.