Thinking in Systems: A Primer

byDonella H. Meadows
Rating 9 /10 Readability
Read Time 6 hrs Readible On
Published: 2008Read: November 14, 2014Pages: 218
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by Juvoni Beckford@juvoni

The world is a complex system made up of many smaller systems all interacting, and we can benefit from viewing things from a bigger picture; seeing the connections. With that knowledge, we can design better systems and adapt and influence the systems in our communities and the world as a whole. This book was an amazing read and I would recommend it to anyone. Your perspective on the world will change.

Motivations to Read

Systems are all around us, and it was in my best interest to learn on a fundamental level how they worked. Technology has also put me in a mindset to see how I can build and optimize more efficient and effective systems.

3 Reasons to Read

-A great introduction to systems concepts and systems thinking. -A better understanding of how systems work and how those systems impact or feed into smaller/larger systems. -Learn to view and model interactions in our world in terms of systems

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posted May 6, 2015

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