The Fundamental Assumption of Systemic Thinking
The fundamental assumption
on which the systemic thinking concept is based, is that everything is
Everything interacts with (affects and is affected by) the things around it.
Why Systemic Thinking?
connections are waiting to be discovered today, especially in the business
world. We're surrounded by simple and obvious ideas that can increase our income
and success dramatically. The problem is that we simply don't see them." ~
Systemic thinking is a
thinking technique for gaining systemic insights into complex situations and
Creative Problem Solving:
Turn Problems to Opportunities:
If you want different outcomes from a
situation, you have to change the system that underpins the situation in
such a way that it delivers different outputs. In other words, you have to
deal with things systemically. You cant deal with the parts of a situation in
isolation; you have to deal with them in concert. You have to deal with both
the elements of a situation and how they interact with one another.
The currently dominant view of
is based on the
view of the company as a collection of
capabilities. This view of strategy
has a coherence and integrative role that places it well ahead of other
strategic decision making...
Innovation Process: Diversion
and Conversion of Ideas
The process of
innovation is a rhythm of search and selection, analysis and synthesis,
cycles of divergent thinking followed by convergence...
10 Innovative Thinking Tools
Kore 10 Innovative Thinking Tools help difference makers
invent new things, find
to complex problems,
anticipate opponents' moves, design an
business strategy, train and evaluate the strength of the innovation teams.