Systems Thinking for Problem Solving

arthurkruisman —  30 mei 2014 — Een reactie plaatsen

We cannot simply identify broken parts (remove Jenny in operations) and replace them (replace with Melissa, sent by HR).



Have you ever found yourself driving a nail with a toothpick? Or tying down a tent on a windy day with masking tape? Or removing weeds from a vegetable garden with a backhoe? Those are each pretty ridiculous solutions to problems. In each case, the proper strategy has not been applied to real and meaningful problems. However, that’s what we often do when trying to solve problems in life and work.

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