Have you heard about systems thinkers, and do you want to learn more about them? Are you interested in improving your behavioral and cognitive abilities to assess circumstances?
If yes, this is the right book for you
A system is composed of interacting parts and relationships. Every part affects the others and is affected by the other parts.
Systemic thinking is wide-view thinking that entails changing one's set of paradigms.
It has evolved since the 20th century as an area of study and practice.
Systems that think as they do in modern times have been around for approximately 60 years, but they have only had a relatively broad audience among non-scientists within the last decade or so.
Thinking structures is a way to look at things, individuals, and organizations worldwide. It consists of principles and methods that give system-thinkers a new, potentially expanding worldview rather than a series of static methodologies or theories.
Thinkers of structures prefer to consider the environment as a series of ongoing interactions, changes, and processes. Systems thinking can extend to almost any field, including businesses, computers, social organizations, the human mind, and computer systems, which we want to understand better.
Self-described system thinkers use a vibrant science and non-scientific literature base consisting of the theories, processes, and philosophies of systems.
The resulting new "mesh" organization is expected to improve the use of resources and management effectiveness through more efficient and imaginative systems and technologies.
This book covers:
Essential thinking skillsMental modelsSolving problems and decision-making Managing chaosTake control over your thought patternsLogic, analytical and critical thinking
...And much more
This collection include:
Strategic Thinking The Systems Thinker
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