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Systemic Strategy

Gene Bellinger

To develop insights regarding a situation of interest there are a number of things should be considered to ensure a view of the relevant influences.

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BCTD Systcp

  • 6 hours 16 min ago

Creating Insights

Gene Bellinger
While all things are related for a particular situation all things are not relevant. We need to develop a simplified model of reality which depicts those interactions which are responsible for the patterns of behavior and current situation. We want the simplest model which enables the requisite understanding. This is no easy task though.
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EPS Systcp Perspectives

  • 4 hours 45 min ago

Attractiveness Principle Systems Archetype/CLD

Gene Bellinger
It's relatively well understood that you can't be all things to all people. Somewhere one has to make choices. An Attractiveness Principle Systems Archetype is essentially a Limits to Growth Systems Archetype with multiple limits, all of which can not be addressed equally.
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Systcp

  • 5 hours 48 min ago

Assumptions

Gene Bellinger
Our actions are based on our beliefs and the results of those actions are the basis for our beliefs. The difficulty we create for ourselves is that we make assumptions as to how to interpret the results we select based on our beliefs. As a result we are often operating on a flawed perspective of reality. There is a also a video for this insight which is a component of the Effective Problem Solving Course.
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Udemy EPS Systcp

  • 1 year 1 month ago

Analysis & Synthesis

Gene Bellinger
Analysis has served us well in developing the understanding of things, at least to a point. Though analysis will not allow us to answer the why questions about things. For that we need synthesis. One might consider analysis and synthesis two sides of a coin that one shouldn't attempt to separate.
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Systcp

  • 5 hours 53 min ago

System

Gene Bellinger
A system is an entity that the existence of which is maintained via the mutual interaction of its parts and which demonstrates characteristics not exhibited by any of its parts.

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Systcp

  • 5 hours 56 min ago

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