We attempt these when we believe the current system no longer serves us in the best way. This occurs when it becomes evident that the failures of the current system will reach a critical mass. We panel beat and upgrade the existing structure to retrofit it for the changes until we realise this is no longer viable.
We hear the first rumblings from the early adopters. We don’t it too seriously because they did the same thing for all the interventions that didn’t work. They cry wolf too often.
Once the wave crests the intervention gains market support and traction. Hyperbolic.
The quantum leap is tricky. Which systemic interventions is the real deal? Answering that question matters less than starting with the intervention you believe in, and sticking it out long enough for it to evolve through validation.
If you really want to fix the system, MVP and iterate. We don’t create systemic interventions, we discover them.