Systems Analysis and Modeling

November 23rd, 2014

How can systems thinking help us in the analysis of a wicked problem?

How to avoid leaving out certain aspects of a wicked problem? Systems thinking strives for comprehensive problem analysis with an attempt to circumvent erroneously focusing on only one aspect of the problem. It is an attempt to gather all aspects of a problem, and then to explore key drivers in the system to create nonlinear and nonintuitive results.