Systems thinking is an effective process of describing systems.
Systems thinking helps us to see the big picture, such as overall structures and patterns.
Systems thinking allows us to identify the real causes of problems in systems and organizations.
Systems thinking helps us to redesign existing systems and create new systems.
Systems thinking is a process to understand simple or complex systems, using four simple steps distinction, system, relationships, perspective.
The process is in four simple phases:
Here are examples to improve your systems thinking process:
Example of distinctions in systems thinking:
Example of system in systems thinking:
Example of relationships in systems thinking:
Example of perspective in systems thinking:
We experience the world indirectly through our mental model, shaped by our experiences, beliefs, culture,
Cognitive biases are error thinking when we process and interpret information.