Systems Thinking: The Iceberg model

Published in Bootcamp By Courage Egbude, Dec. 26, 2022

“Systems thinking is a way of approaching problems that asks how various elements within a system — which could be an ecosystem, an organization, or something more dispersed such as a supply chain — influence one another. Rather than reacting to individual problems that arise, a systems thinker will ask about relationships to other activities within the system, look for patterns over time, and seek root causes.”

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