Tag Archives: System thinking

The Human Brain Evolved Around Authoritarianism

The following discussion clip is from the Occupy Wall Street demand discussion list Here is the lead in post from occupythegreenparty: DECENTRALIZATION Centralization of wealth and power contributes to social and economic injustice, environmental destruction, and militarization. Therefore, we support … Continue reading

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The Ability for System Thinking Is Primarily Inherited

My comment on the Linked In Systems Thinking World group site (see 12/15/10 post on this site) drew a remarkable response. It essentially described the commenter’s experience that, somehow, people who can envision issues as part of a system, have … Continue reading

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Why is system thinking not readily accepted?

I recently posted a comment on the Linked In Systems Thinking World group site. The comment was in response to the question: “If System Thinking is such a good method (especially for solving poorly defined problems), why it is not … Continue reading

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