Thereby, 7SS is a process itself, and also encompasses and thus serves to aggregate the many more "who and how" parts (the diverse players and relevant methods used). And, as it is universal, it allows for the variable of "WHAT" (needs, issues & solutions) to be integrated and decided by those on the ground.
One global example of "What" is the 8 Millennium Development Goals (see right) which 189 members of the United Nations agreed to achieve, and emphasizes measurable targets including halving poverty, increasing gender equity, and ensuring universal primary education by 2015.
Another list of needs & issues is the Wheel of Co-Creation (below/right) which was pioneered by renowned Social Architect & Futurist, Barbara Marx-Hubbard with the purpose of identifying WHAT works.
NOTE: While recommended as a way to categorize and thus more effectively share solutions, there are many options. When combining the WHAT with WHO & HOW (6 Sectors and 7 Stages), we create a scaleable system supporting diverse gifts, needs and opportunities.
Whole System Impact
Working in synergy with other tools, 7SS and PIE create a collaborative space that encompasses key functions, tools, and resources of humanity and the planet.
Through advancing a universal whole system, Empowerment WORKS aims to facilitate collaboration and sharing of solutions across the environmental sustainability, international economic development, social change, and human potential movements.
Below: 7SS projects supported by global Partners In Empowerment (PIE)
See it in Action through 1PIE.org