What is systems thinking?
Systems thinking refers to the understanding that different parts of a system can influence one another within a whole. The difference between systemic thinking and analytical thinking is the difference in relationship between the different parts of a system. Systemic thinking requires multiple skill sets and garners a holistic view of the system, while analytical thinking requires the breaking down of a system into simpler parts to examine how each part works together.
Systems thinking today
In today’s modern world, the increase in communication and accessibility of information poses a different set of risks for business. Organisational structures today are becoming more and more complex, and the traditional linear problem solving method is no longer effective in providing the best solutions. The cause-and-effect relationship is no longer applicable in a world where everything is connected and systematic consequences come into play.
Globalisation brings about increased risk and uncertainty in businesses and ecosystems alike. The increased complexity makes it harder to determine the source of risks in these complex systems, while highlighting the interdependent nature of risks in organisations. Studies show that the best way to manage risks and enhance sustainability, is to build resiliency and incorporate it into the organisation. Hence, effective management of risk requires a systems thinking approach – and understanding how systems influence one another within a whole.
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