Complete Your "HCDT Stage: Define" Reflection: 87

The mere idea of thinking about your own style of thinking can be enough to give somebody a head-tilt and a thousand-mile stare. ‘Systems thinking’ can be a difficult concept to grasp entirely, as it challenges our traditional thinking which most of us have grown accustomed to. But, once understood, the concept of 'systems thinking' can become an effective approach for problem solving and decision-making

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    posted in "Inclusive Design and Mobility Challenge – SDG #11" 2022-11-21 08:23:37 -0800 _complete_your_hcdt_stage_define_reflection_87

    🤔 Reflection question

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

    Toms' Answer

    The mere idea of thinking about your own style of thinking can be enough to give somebody a head-tilt and a thousand-mile stare. ‘Systems thinking’ can be a difficult concept to grasp entirely, as it challenges our traditional thinking which most of us have grown accustomed to. But, once understood, the concept of 'systems thinking' can become an effective approach for problem solving and decision-making