30+ Types of Systems Thinking
John Spacey, August 19, 2016 updated on October 31, 2022
Systems thinking is the process of considering the broad end-to-end impact of change to systems. Systems are things that are composed of many elements that interact in complex ways such as a galaxy, solar system, planet, ocean, ecosystem, society, economy, city, market, organization or organism. Generally speaking, these can't be understood with basic approaches such as analysis. As such, system thinking requires specialized approaches such as:
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