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Copy of CHAPTER 3 - SYSTEM THINKING
Transcript of Copy of CHAPTER 3 - SYSTEM THINKING
7 Types of System Thinking
- Thinking in dynamical process
- Recognizing pattern over time
Time Delay Concept
- Action to stop movement
- example: iron
- Repetitive variation, typically in time
- Thinking in models requires to construct, validate and develop models to present reality
- Example :
- Thinking in loops: interrelated structures, indirect effect,
- Goes beyond one way cause - effect relationship
- Come from our ability to anticipate the future
- Example: when you aspect to succeed, your energy will maximize to help you and make you likely succeed.
- Finding "leverage point"
- The right action, the right time, the right place.
- Example: Jusco One Utama doing a sale, at the end of month.
Closed Loop Thinking
Interrelated processes instead of one-way relations
Eg : Badminton
Making things quantifiable & testable
Eg : Water molecule
Thinking in stock and flow structures
Eg : Water in a cloud
Need logical and systematic thinking
Eg : Programming
Thinking in "big picture"
and long term - term perspectives
interdependent nature of system thinking
Taking into account
of both measurable and non-measurable factors
Principle of System
System = elements / components + relationship
Thinking = Mental process take place in brain / body system
- Behaviour determined by
system as whole
- Behaviour of subsystem
Mental Process Relevant
To System Thinking
Break things into smaller parts - study each problem separately.
Take the thing
Example : molecule
In design phase - you synthesize and have a holistic view.
Example : Composing a song , develop building
Look at both analysis and synthesis
Example : Riding in a helicopter
System Thinking Approach
Hierarchically organized set of elements.
Totally with emergent properties.
With standing perspective.
Properties of elements at given level are reducible.
As a Perspective
As a Set Of
As a Special
Respond to event
Help to communicate with other about system :
Wholes rather than parts & their interconnections
Terminology that describes system behaviour.
Understand system's structure and behaviour.
Communicate with other about your understanding.
Design high-leverage intervention.
Behaviour over time graphs
Stock and flow diagram
Get the causality and the understanding of behavior to reveal the nature of the process
Eg : Milk production should include cow
Seeing generic structures beyond specific symptoms
Eg : Find area of circle with its radius=5cm
Finding ways between the "black and white" extremes
Eg : Rather than waiting in long queue, Ahmad buy Plusliner bus ticket online
FROM : CS2463A & CS2463B