Having come this far, you must have gotten the bug already. You may even have realized that there is tremendous power in the idea of holistic iterative thinking. To internalize it, you must make it your own. This means that you should: (1) make notes of the major points that were of interest to you, (2) repeat the main arguments to yourself in your own language, and (3) share them with others. The best way to learn is to teach. If you can excite others and make them listen to you for one hour, you are on your way to becoming an effective systems designer.
Systems thinking is the art of simplifying complexity. It is about seeing through chaos, managing interdependency, and understanding choice. We see the world as increasingly more complex ...

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