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The hidden workings of Wicked Solutions

Getting to the bottom of one more wicked problem In a previous post I spoke of the The ‘hidden workings’ of the systems approach of Wicked Solutions. The strange thing is that the steps and stages involved in Wicked Solutions … Continue reading

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Wicked Solutions: one more explanation

The complexity of addressing complexity Last June “Wicked Solutions” was published to provide readers, facilitators (not manipulators), or stakeholders with a generic systems approach for addressing wicked problems. Wicked problems are a special category of problems. They are also known … Continue reading

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Wicked Solutions: major influences

Mapping relationships in the cloud at kumu.io Linking systems thinkers     The world of systems thinking is a complex one, which is funny because much systems thinking is designed to deal with complexity, not create more of it. Part of the … Continue reading

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Wicked Solutions: library and database information

Wicked solutions: a systems approach to complex problems New systems book         Wicked problems are ubiquitous, both in the developed and in the developing world. Systems approaches have been developed to deal with them more effectively. In June 2014, a workbook … Continue reading

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Wicked Solutions

Wicked Solutions: a systems approach to complex problems A book by Bob Williams and Sjon van ’t Hof Inter-relationships, perspectives, and boundaries …     are the three basic systems concepts that are used in this newly released book (June 12, … Continue reading

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THE origins of THE systems approach

Tracing the tracks of C. West Churchman Last month I reread (and blogged) Churchman’s ‘The Systems Approach’ (1968) and was surprised to see that between the lines it contained practically the whole of the dialectical systems approach (the systems approach) … Continue reading

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The whole systems enchilada

A dialectical total systems framework Every now and then I think I have disentangled the whole systems enchilada. By this (i.e. the term ‘whole systems enchilada’) I mean that I am convinced that the systems approach of Churchman hasn’t lost … Continue reading

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A summary of ‘The Systems Approach’

This is a 15-paragraph overview of a series of 15 blogging posts, which covered the whole of Churchman’s The Systems Approach (TSA), a rather well-known book he wrote in 1968, of which I am convinced that it hasn’t lost any … Continue reading

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Deception and the Systems Approach

Is THE systems approach a supersystem approach? This is a summary of the last, concluding Chapter Fourteen of The Systems Approach (TSA). It is part of a series of blogging posts, which covered the whole of Churchman’s The Systems Approach (TSA), a … Continue reading

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Anti-Planning vs. the Systems Approach

The contribution of anti-planning approaches to planning This is a summary of Chapter Thirteen of The Systems Approach (TSA). It is part of a series of blogging posts, which will cover the whole of Churchman’s The Systems Approach (TSA), a … Continue reading

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