Thanks for your question — yes we have started to look at the leverage points and how they intersect with the multi level perspective. For example exploring the goal of the new system and how that is part of a wider landscape that is the paradigm. We are still not sure if this works and are testing it.
Another way to look at the leverage points is them nested within each other — for example the paradigm is the landscape on which all of the others systems sit, that each have goals and with in them they are powered to create change. In the systems they have rules, flows and structures. One day I might try and refine this and write it up.
We are also starting to use it the leverage points to think about the systemic impact of an intervention.
Any other thoughts welcome!