|Statement||Virginia Anderson and Lauren Johnson.|
|LC Classifications||HD30.19 .A53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||96039762|
Along with Peter Senge's Fifth Discipline book this was a good introduction to the concept of systems thinking. This book had exercises to actually practice thinking about systems thinking and creating diagrams etc and that was helpful. Robert rated it really liked it /5. Systems Thinking Basics is ideal for aspiring systems thinkers eager to try their hand at using these powerful tools From inside the book What people are saying - Write a review We haven't found. From Concepts to Causal Loops. Author: Virginia Anderson,Lauren Johnson; Publisher: N.A ISBN: N.A Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Systems Thinking Basics is a self-study, skill-building resource designed to introduce you to the power of systems thinking . Chaos, Complexity, and Entropy.
The two main techniques that this book teaches are (1) behavior over time graphs and causal loops, both of which are the main tools employed in systems thinking. These are also the foundation of system dynamics of which systems thinking is a subset (system dynamics uses expanded techniques such as simulation models and analysis of alternatives)/5(20). Systems thinking basics: from concepts to causal loops by Anderson, Virginia, ; Johnson, Lauren. Publication date Topics Industrial management, System analysis, Decision making, Critical thinking, Systeemtheorie Publisher Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : ples and practice of a quietly growing field: systems thinking. With roots in disciplines as varied as biology, cybernetics, and ecology, systems thinking provides a way of looking at how the world works that differs markedly from the traditional reduc-tionistic, analytic view. But this is not an either-or distinction we are making Size: KB. It starts by building an awareness of systems thinking as a discipline, and by providing a series of learning activities that lead you through the two main techniques that this book teaches are (1) behavior over time graphs and causal loops, both of which are the main tools employed in systems thinking/5(3).
lems. When the abstract end of systems theory does that, which I believe it will some day, another book will have to be written. Therefore, you should be warned that this book, like all books, is biased and incomplete. There is much, much more to systems thinking than is TIS final pgs ix 5/2/09 Paralleling the language track is the development of Systems Thinking skills. The chapters in this Part will focus on developing three key Systems Thinking skills: Operational, Closed-loop, and Non-linear Thinking. The language and the thinking skills really are intertwined. You cannot write a good short story, or even compose a good sentence,File Size: KB. Systems Thinking Basics is a self-study, skill-building resource designed to introduce you to the power of systems thinking tools/5(35). Systems one: An introduction to systems thinking.