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Systems Thinking: Managing Chaos and Complexity: A Platform for Designing Business Architecture [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jamshid Gharajedaghi

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28. Juni 2007
In a global market economy, a viable business cannot be locked into a single form or function anymore. Rather, success is contingent upon a self-renewing capacity to spontaneously create structures, functions, and processes responsive to a fluctuating business landscape. Now in its third edition, Systems Thinking synthesizes systems theory and interactive design, providing an operational methodology for defining problems and designing solutions in an environment increasingly characterized by chaos and complexity. The current edition has been updated to include all new chapters on self-organizing systems, Holistic, Operational, and Design thinking. Gharajedaghi covers recent crises in financial systems and job markets, the housing bubble, and environment, assessing their impact on systems thinking. A companion website to accompany the book is available at

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Einstein once wrote, "Without changing our pattern of thought, we will not be able to solve the problems we created with our current patterns of thought." Jamshid develops a pattern of thought that will yield solutions to those problems.-Russell Ackoff, Professor Emeritus, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Gharajedaghi challenged us to think backwards from an ideal competitive position instead of forwards from our existing position with all its constraints. The result was bolder thinking about change. Jamshid forces a realistic assessment of a company's strengths and weaknesses, an idealistic view of what it could be, and creates the path from point A to point B.-Bill Tiefel, President, Marriott Lodging Gharajedaghi was perfect! He had passion and brilliance. He could challenge our traditional thinking and make us see our actions and opportunities from a different perspective.-William G. Poist, President and CEO, Commonwealth Energy System "This volume on business management explores the development of complex systems and advocates for iterative design principles as a foundational philosophy for dealing with complex, chaotic systems. The volume discusses system theory and changes to traditional paradigms in light of emerging technologies and business methodologies and explores case studies from industry leaders that showcase these systems philosophies."--SciTech Book News

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The least this book can do is to change your thinking paradigm. It's so full of wisdom and insight that it takes a while to absorb the essence of it. There are a few books on Systems Thinking out there, but this book is unique it its 30,000 feet view of the discipline. It combines system dynamics and systems design so beautifully that you can't distinguish between them. In my opinion, it's a must read for senior leaders, consultants and change agents all across the world.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book makes you think 27. Februar 2013
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I will be brief with my review. Brief because this book forced me to think and introduces new paradigms in my routine. The key learning here is that as Engineers, we should always trade places with our customers and that we should adopt user-centric approaches to systems development.

The long narratives in the book could put the shortened attention reader to sleep and intimidate the weak at heart. But, there's a lot of wisdom hidden even in those sections. A second reading should reveal them.

His discussion of "Holon" and Multi-minded systems as the foundation for socio-cultural systems was a visionary one, and exposed one reality: That platforms such as Facebook and Twitter were possible even as far back as the 1960's if Engineers had changed their perspectives and embraced multi-mindedness as a design paradigm.

This book should be read alongside "The Ghost in the Machine (Arkana) by Arthur Koestler (Jun 5, 1990)".

Jovita Nsoh, CISM, CISSP, CITA-P
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Overview on Systems Organization and Structure 14. Januar 2014
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I'm relatively new to these concepts, and this book is challenging and exciting to me. For someone who hasn't spent much time considering these concepts, it will seem pretty revolutionary. I can't really compare it to any other literature on the topic, but I felt that it was a dense, high-level introduction to the topic, and I will likely read through it again and again (because I'm sure I'll discover more each time). This book is well written with easy-to-digest vocabulary, but the concepts are complex and should really make you think. Love it.
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This Introduction to Systems Thinking has been the best practical one since its first edition, and the author has done a great job of deepening his model. Well worth reading and keeping near.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Completely focused 25. Oktober 2012
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There is si Many literature about Systems Thinking that it's hard to find new insight's, that help us to understand current complexity of reality. Interesting, useful, focused , it really worth's every second yo devote to it's reading.
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