Systems Thinking – Lorraine Steyn – KanDDDinsky 2018

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Systems thinking is the macro behaviour that we must understand in analyzing our world. A system always produces what it is designed to do, even if that isn't at all what we meant it to do!

Systems are self-maintaining, and contain balancing and/or reinforcing feedback loops.

We'll look at how these work, and what happens when they fail. We'll apply systems thinking to team behaviour to show how systems are all around us.

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