Making to Think is a practice for adapting to change that is powering transformational leadership and skills training for a future of moving targets. Developed at MIT Sloan, drawing on artists’ practices for developing elasticity in change, this code-switching from the creative world is enabling organizations, governments, and leaders create conditions for enduring cultures of innovation.


change is urgent and unavoidable.

The ability to adapt to change underlines the climate crisis, political polarity, inequity, the collapse of financial institutions, and the rise of failing corporations.

Making to Think is committed to increasing 1B people’s capacity to adapt to change in the next twelve years.