How to safely think in systems

Systems thinking is the practice of picturing problems as a series of related events and parts, often plotted out as models, designed to pinpoint problem areas and points for improvement. Will Larson breaks down his top rules for systems thinking, the most important of which is, in our opinion: “”Every model omits information; some omit critical information””. Developing what you believe to be an omniscient model leaves you open to severe vulnerabilities as the system exposes the creator’s oversights.
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