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Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
 Use the available scenarios to simulate the impact of different delays on the Business Inventory system as presented in the book "Thinking in Systems".    Source: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Systems-Donella-H-Meadows/dp/1603580557
Use the available scenarios to simulate the impact of different delays on the Business Inventory system as presented in the book "Thinking in Systems".
 
Source: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Systems-Donella-H-Meadows/dp/1603580557
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Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.
Learning exercise adapted from Donella Meadows "Thinking in Systems," Part One: Systems Structure and Behavior. The example is a single stock system (room temperature) managed by two competing goal-seeking balancing loops​, each of which is attempting to pull the stock to a different goal.