SDA has championed a movement toward pragmatic practice. There are dozens of presentations and papers available on RSDsymposium.org.
A best practice example is the Systemic Design Toolkit, originally introduced at RSD7 (2016). The idea is that a toolkit supports common understanding and language and enables dialogue. It offers methods and hands-on tools for co-analysis of complex challenges, co-design advanced concepts, and co-creation of systemic solutions. The team developed the toolkit along with guiding principles for systemic design practice.