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How did the world’s greatest systems thinkers handled crises, invented revolutionary ideas, and solved complex problems?
How did the field of systems thinking develop? Who were the pioneers in the field?
Learn about the answers in Lessons from Systems Thinkers.
Norbert Wiener’s pioneering contribution on positive and negative feedback.
Warren McCulloch’s research on feedback mechanisms in neurology.
The 14 points of quality management by Edward Deming.
Gregory Bateson’s double bind and how it affects family relationships.
Margaret Mead’s systems approach to cultural anthropology.
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Information is the most precious asset these days. Evaluating information correctly is almost priceless. Systems thinkers are some of the bests in collecting and assessing data, as well as creating impactful solutions in any context. Systems thinking helps you to find not only differences but also similarities in seemingly unrelated factors. This bi-directional analyzing ability will give you a more complex worldview, a more profound understanding of problems, and leads you to better solutions.
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Albert Rutherford is an internationally bestselling author and a retired corporate executive. His books draw on various sources, from corporate system building, organizational behavior analysis, scientific research, and his life experience. He has been building and improving systems his whole adult life and brings his proven strategies to you.
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