First, the Systemic Excellence Group (SE Group - Berlin), is using Systems Approaches to develop programs for several clients who recognize that they need to make large scale changes in their organizations in order to be facile in today's global climate. A major development of the SE Group is its Systemic Project Management practice. See http://www.systemic-excellence-group.com/
Second, Think2Impact is using the Evolutionary Learning Lab approach to solve complex problems based on a seven step framework. Developed by Professor Ockie Bosch and Dr. Nam Nguyen, ELLabs uses a revolutionary approach that applies systems thinking for capacity building, planning, and management. One of their recent projects was assisting the women of Ghana develop sustainable and labor saving agricultural strategies. To learn more, go to: http://www.think2impact.org/app/#/about
Finally, Dr. Bobby Milstein is applying Systems Dynamics to unravel the complexity of the health system at the Rippel Foundation in its ReThink Health Initiative. The ReThink Health Team builds collaborative communities and coalitions the revision regional health systems. They have been successful in aligning priorities in Atlanta, Georgia; transforming stewardship in Upper Valley - Vermont and New Hampshire; setting strategy in Pueblo, Colorado; bridging silos in Columbia, South Carolina; and engaging communities for quality improvement as part of a Special Innovation Project for the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services(CMS). Check out their case studies at http://www.rethinkhealth.org/case-studies/
These applications demonstrate that systems thinking is relevant in action as well show that a systems approach to wicked problems is greater than the sum of its theories!