Complete Your "HCDT Stage: Define" Reflection: 86

Systems thinking is a problem-solving technique that looks into the connections between organisational functions. Systems thinking is useful because it allows you to predict the consequences of a potential change. Bringing them to the surface, making them explicit, testing and improving them so that we become less and less wrong over time. And the benefit is that it is becoming more effective.

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    posted in "Inclusive Design and Mobility Challenge – SDG #11" 2022-11-17 13:37:04 -0800 _complete_your_hcdt_stage_define_reflection_86

    🤔 Reflection question

    How might you explain the value of you having a systems-thinking mindset when attempting to define and understand a complex problem?

    Jithin's Answer

    Systems thinking is a problem-solving technique that looks into the connections between organisational functions. Systems thinking is useful because it allows you to predict the consequences of a potential change. Bringing them to the surface, making them explicit, testing and improving them so that we become less and less wrong over time. And the benefit is that it is becoming more effective.