Napkin Introduction to Systems Thinking - Why use ST?

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Napkin Introduction to Systems Thinking - Why use ST?

  1. 1. A Napkin introduction to Systems ThinkingPart 2: Why use Systems Thinking? Nicolas STAMPF nicolas.stampf@appreciatingsystems.com http://www.appreciatingsystems.com/
  2. 2. Agenda• Part 1. What is Systems Thinking?• Part 2. Why use Systems Thinking?• Part 3. How to do Systems Thinking?
  3. 3. Why: a simple answer Using ST allows you to inquire what’s behind the obvious
  4. 4. Why: an elaborated answer Using ST allows you to inquire into the detailsas well as the environment the system belongs to
  5. 5. Better quality of your mental models
  6. 6. Allows you to test your systemic hypothesis By modelling and creating Behavior over Time graphs
  7. 7. Use for your own understanding…
  8. 8. … or connect with that of others
  9. 9. Next…• Part 1. What is Systems Thinking?• Part 2. Why use Systems Thinking?• Part 3. How to do Systems Thinking?
  10. 10. Credits• Gene Bellinger – @systemswiki – http://www.systemswiki.org/• Members of Systems Thinking World LinkedIn Group – http://is.gd/lxLc9w• Dan Roam – @dan_roam – http://www.napkinacademy.com• Moleskine® – http://www.moleskine.com/

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