System Thinking

Principle: Don’t simplify complexity, embrace and use it.

We all used scientific methods to resolve daily issues that are based on analytical thinking. If you want to resolve a complex problem, break it to smaller pieces to gain simplicity, resolve the simple parts, and then you can resolve the complex issue. It wasn’t a long time ago when we (as humans) discovered non-deterministic sciences …

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Simplifying system’s problems increase the system complexity​

Most of us are following the analytical approach when we face complex problems. “Analytical approach” is the use of an appropriate process to break a problem down into the smaller pieces necessary to solve it. Each piece becomes a smaller and easier problem to solve (http://www.thwink.org/sustain/articles/000_AnalyticalApproach/index.htm). While this method might be beneficial for specific scenarios, …

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