These models and simulations have been tagged “Systemic Perspective”.
The various elements of the Modeling & Simulation with Insight Maker section of the Systemic Perspective Series.
Contemplating the development of a systemic perspective.
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Most savings/retirements accounts compound monthly, not annually.
This is a segment of Insight Maker Simulation
A simplification of the systems approach to deal with a situation.
This is a segment of Simulation with Insight Maker.
This is an example of how to use Folders to enfold insights so others can unfold them later and develop an understanding of the relationships.
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This diagram presents the valid relationships between stocks, flows, and parameters. Ghosts of Stocks, Flows, and Converters can be created as needed.
An example of dynamic equilibrium from Change Management: A Columbo Approach.
Identification of the leverage points within the Network Magic Structure is essential to developing a strategy.
The intent of a Systemic Perspective is to provide an appropriate level of understanding to support the development of a strategy for dealing with the situation while also providing a level of confidence that implementing that strategy will not result in a myriad of unintended consequences which simply make things worse.
There are a number of habits that one should practice to improve their Systems Thinking skills. This graphic is from the Waters Foundation Systems Thinking in Schools site.
This is an element of Systemic Perspective Foundations.
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A retirement account needs to accommodate the withdrawal of funds on a periodic basis once retirement is met.
Goal, Activity & Resources/SFD is a segment of Development in the Systemic Perspective Series.
Simple bathtub model to show the differnce between Stock and Flow.
This is an element of Systemic Perspective Simulaiton with Insight Maker.
Run the model with various values for filling and draining to see the implications.
Insight Maker is completely web based making it easy to develop and share models, allows concurrent multi-user editing, and just happens to be FREE, which a pretty good feature/price ratio.