The Systems Thinking Playbook

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  • Author : Linda Booth Sweeney
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Pages : 252 pages
  • ISBN : 1603582584
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The Systems Thinking Playbook

The Systems Thinking Playbook
  • Author : Linda Booth Sweeney,Dennis Meadows
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Release : 25 October 2021
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"More and more educators and businesspeople espouse system thinking today---this short workbook helps you do it! From two of the most gifted systems educators, this is a great tool for discovering the systems thinker in us all."---Peter M. Senge, Senior Lecturer for MIT, founder of the Society for Organizational Learning, author of the Fifth Discipline --

Realising Systems Thinking Knowledge and Action in Management Science

Realising Systems Thinking  Knowledge and Action in Management Science
  • Author : John Mingers
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 13 September 2006
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This book deals with the contribution of a systems approach to a range of disciplines from philosophy and biology to social theory and management. It weaves together material from some of the pre-eminent thinkers of the day. In doing so it creates a coherent path from fundamental work on philosophical issues of ontology and epistemology through specific domains of knowledge about the nature of information and meaning, human communication, and social intervention.

Systems Thinking

Systems Thinking
  • Author : John Boardman,Brian Sauser
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 17 January 2008
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By examining the links and interactions between elements of a system, systems thinking is becoming increasingly relevant when dealing with global challenges, from terrorism to energy to healthcare. Addressing these seemingly intractable systems problems in our society, Systems Thinking: Coping with 21st Century Problems focuses on the inherent opportunities and difficulties of a systems approach. Taking an engineering systems view toward systems thinking, the authors place a high value on the thinking process and the things applied to this process.

The Manager s Pocket Guide to Systems Thinking Learning

The Manager s Pocket Guide to Systems Thinking   Learning
  • Author : Stephen G. Haines
  • Publisher : Human Resource Development
  • Release : 25 October 1998
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Systems Thinking is a more natural and better way to think, learn, act, and achieve desired results. Effectively implemented, it can dramatically improve a manager's effectiveness in today's complex and interconnected business world. This book provides managers with many practical new Systems Thinking tools and the main concepts of Systems Thinking to enhance individual, team, and organizational learning, change, and performance. Every manager should have a copy!. Contents: Overview of Systems Thinking and Learning. Standard Systems Dynamics. Phase A: The

Systems Thinking

Systems Thinking
  • Author : Cliff Whitcomb,Heidi Davidz
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 20 January 2021
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This Systems Thinking Special Issue contains 12 papers on the nature of systems thinking as it applies to systems engineering, systems science, system dynamics, and related fields. Systems thinking can be broadly considered the activity of thinking applied in a systems context, forming a basis for fundamental approaches to several systems disciplines, including systems engineering, systems science, and system dynamics. Although these are somewhat distinct fields, they are bound by common approaches in regard to systems. Whereas systems engineering seeks to

Critical Systems Thinking

Critical Systems Thinking
  • Author : Robert L. Flood,Norma R.A. Romm
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 31 January 1997
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This volume offers comprehensive treatment of the latest developments in critical systems thinking and practice. The book features contributions by researchers at the prestigious Centre for Systems Studies at the University of Hull, England. The emphasis is on rigorous analysis of the wide range of approaches to problem solving reported in the research literature. This work will enhance the studies of researchers and students in the areas of systems problem solving, action research, management science, and operational research.

SYSTEMS THINKING

SYSTEMS THINKING
  • Author : Maria José Esteves de Vasconcellos
  • Publisher : Simplíssimo
  • Release : 30 April 2021
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An articulating and integrating frame of reference, for understanding the paradigmatic changes taking place in Science, proposed by Maria José Esteves de Vasconcellos. Following the developments that happened within science itself – in Thermodynamics, Quantum Physics, Cybernetics, Biology, to name a few, – during the 20th century, we can clearly see how such developments pushed science towards its limits and made some scientists rethink their epistemological assumptions. We, then, associate the three new assumptions of the new-paradigmatic science – complexity, instability, and intersubjectivity –

Thinking Through Systems Thinking

Thinking Through Systems Thinking
  • Author : Ion Georgiou
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 11 January 2013
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Systemicity is receiving wider attention thanks to its evident paradox. On the one hand, it occurs as a problem with complex symptoms. On the other, it is sought after as an approach for dealing with the non-linear reality of the world. At once problem and prize, systemicity continues to confound. This book details the mechanics of this paradox as they arise from human epistemological engagement with the world. Guided by an original analysis of the fundamental idea of emergent property,

The Systems Thinking School

The Systems Thinking School
  • Author : Peter A. Barnard
  • Publisher : R&L Education
  • Release : 19 September 2013
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This book examines the school as an operational organization through the lens of systems thinking. In this way it serves as an invitation to look again at schools and how they operate as learning systems. It begins by showing exactly why our inherited, industrial school model, can never be made to work effectively no matter how hard school leaders try or how well schools are judged. This book uses systems thinking to explain and describe the management unlearning and new

Health Systems Thinking

Health Systems Thinking
  • Author : James A. Johnson,Douglas E. Anderson,Caren C. Rossow
  • Publisher : Jones & Bartlett Learning
  • Release : 15 October 2018
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This book is a primer focusing on systems thinking as it spans the domains of health administration, public health, and clinical practice. Currently, the accrediting commissions within public health, health administration, and nursing are including systems thinking as part of the core competencies in their respective fields and professions. Meanwhile, academic programs do not have the materials, other than journal articles, to give students the requisite understanding of systems thinking as is expected of the next generation of health professionals.

Systems Thinking for School Leaders

Systems Thinking for School Leaders
  • Author : Haim Shaked,Chen Schechter
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 02 March 2017
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This book presents a new approach to school leadership – Holistic School Leadership, whereby school leaders lead schools through systems-thinking concepts and procedures. Facing growing complexity, change and diversity, school leaders need to regularly apply the systems view and perform at the systems level. This book proposes a holistic approach, providing school leaders with systemic principles of action for excellence in education. “What a wonderful book – once I started it, I couldn’t put it down. The book masterfully makes a

EBOOK Applied Systems Thinking for Health Systems Research A Methodological Handbook

EBOOK  Applied Systems Thinking for Health Systems Research  A Methodological Handbook
  • Author : Don de Savigny,Karl Blanchet,Taghreed Adam
  • Publisher : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
  • Release : 16 September 2017
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Patient safety in health systems has become more and more important as a theme in health research, and so it is not surprising to see a growing interest in applying systems thinking to healthcare. However there is a difficulty – health systems are very complex and constantly adapting to respond to core drivers and fit needs. How do you apply systems thinking in this situation, and what methods are available? National health authorities, international donors and research practitioners need to know