Fundamental of Systemic Thinking

The fundamental on which the systemic thinking concept is based, is that everything is systemic. Everything interacts with (affects and is affected by) the things around it.

Systemic thinking is a simple thinking technique for gaining systemic insights into life and complex situations and problems. If you want different outcomes from a situation, you have to change the system that underpins the situation in such a way that it delivers different outputs. In other words, you have to deal with things systemically. You can’t deal with the parts of a situation in isolation; you have to deal with them in concert. You have to deal with both the elements of a situation and how they interact with one another.

Systematic thinking is a way of life for those who excel in their lives and professions. Regardless of their independent professions with subtle differences, they all think very much alike.

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