Systems thinking is a discipline that has been around since 1920s born to illustrate and understand complex systems.
It’s been widely used in fields like biology and engineering but we can use it to better understand a team building software, a washing machine or how COVID-19 transmission works.
“Systems thinking has been described as a language for talking about the complex, interdependent issues managers face every day.”
– Colleen Lannon
The very basics of system thinking
A system, in basics, is a group of elements/parts that interact with each other with a final purpose.
So to define any system we…