'Systems thinking' is a concept that implies that the parts of a given system--an organization, a team, a herd of sheep, a car, the human body--are mutually interdependent and interconnected, and that the alteration, loss, or breakdown of any one ...
part will affect the function of the whole. Though the applications of systems thinking are far-reaching, the study is particularly important to anyone who is seeking a better way to run a business, a school, a team, a family--an organization of any kind--in today's competitive and complex world. Using terms such as 'systems analysis' and the 'systems approach to intervention,' modern theorists have taken the basic notions of systems thinking and applied them to everyday situations that baffle even the most proficient leaders. Because of its many aspects, Learning systems thinking can be a daunting task. This book is designed to simplify that process.
Number of pages: 103
Date of publication: 24/04/2006
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