Tag: systems thinking

The Oscillating Truth

So it has always seemed to me that life is a series of oscillating patterns … like a sine wave.  You can quite literally see it and hear it in the more aesthetic and audible industries like fashion and music.  … Continue reading 

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Games for Systems Thinking!

Thank the Lord!  I have been thinking this since I started working at the Learning Lab.  Simulations/Games are fantastic for teaching systems thinking!  Let’s get some more in the classrooms.  And kudos to the Ackoff Collaboratory for researching this field! … Continue reading 

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To Russell Ackoff, Acclaimed Systems Thinker

This blog is long overdue because I was stricken once again by my perfectionist tendencies which always tell me that I can’t do something unless I’m going to do it perfectly.  I wonder how many of the world’s ideas are … Continue reading 

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More on systems . . .

Two blogs for the price of one in the same day…but I felt like this information was important enough to pass along.  I read Stephen Downe’s OLWeekly when I have a chance and today I read an article from Seed … Continue reading 

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