From the book reviews:
“The book is laid out with use as a college text in mind. The authors’ clear and consistent chapter structure facilitate its use in the classroom. The comprehensive theoretical treatment and the subject matter are probably better attuned to graduate-level students. … Systemic Thinking will make a worthy addition to the libraries of systems scholars, along with, teachers and practioners of systems engineering.” (Steven L. Krahn, International Journal of System of Systems Engineering, Vol. 5 (4), 2014)Reseña del editor:
Whether you're an academic or a practitioner, a sociologist, a manager, or an engineer, one can benefit from learning to think systemically. Problems (and messes) are everywhere and they're getting more complicated every day. How we think about these problems determines whether or not we'll be successful in understanding and addressing them. This book presents a novel way to think about problems (and messes) necessary to attack these always-present concerns. The approach draws from disciplines as diverse as mathematics, biology and psychology to provide a holistic method for dealing with problems that can be applied to any discipline.
This book develops the systemic thinking paradigm, and introduces practical guidelines for the deployment of a systemic thinking approach.
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