Complete Your "HCDT Stage: Define" Reflection: 104

The value of having a systems-thinking mindset when defining and understanding complex problems would be that it gives you the ability to see and account for many different cause and effect outcomes in order to avoid potential problems or negative outcomes. Having this mindset/process would prepare your team for many different situations when done correctly, not that all problems are avoidable. This mindset also shows you a complex problem from many different perspectives which can open up important information and ideas such as leverage points, which are extremely important if you want to implement change. Leave no stone unturned :)

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    posted in "Inclusive Design and Mobility Challenge – SDG #11" 2022-11-10 06:10:56 -0800 _complete_your_hcdt_stage_define_reflection_104

    🤔 Reflection question

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

    Naz's Answer

    The value of having a systems-thinking mindset when defining and understanding complex problems would be that it gives you the ability to see and account for many different cause and effect outcomes in order to avoid potential problems or negative outcomes. Having this mindset/process would prepare your team for many different situations when done correctly, not that all problems are avoidable. This mindset also shows you a complex problem from many different perspectives which can open up important information and ideas such as leverage points, which are extremely important if you want to implement change. Leave no stone unturned :)