Eigenschap:WGTM Statement

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Pagina's die de eigenschap "WGTM Statement" gebruiken

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Blind Spots + You need someone else to point out your blind spots to you.  +
Determining Boundary Judgements with CSH + A constructive dialog can take place on the basis of first and second order boundary judgments.  +
Exploring Change + A system has to become what it is not, and yet remain the same.  +
Exploring Change + The constant factor in life is movement.  +
Hard Systems Thinking – System Dynamics + A system comprised of a number of interacting feedback loops is a complex system whose behavior can surprise us.  +
Model Building - Human Activity Systems + The PQR formula (what, how, why) is pivotal for capturing worldviews.  +
Model Building - Human Activity Systems + A worldview (Weltanschauung) captures the beliefs, desires and intentions of a person.  +
Research Philosophy and Process + Research approach must be “for you, and with you”, instead of “for you, but not with you”.  +
Self-Reference in a Three-Valued System + Embrace the paradox, i.e., a difference in what was previously stated and therefore contradicting what was said before. Differences keep setting things in motion. Without differences we cease to exist. Therefore, change is inevitable, in fact, it is a necessity for living.  +
Self-observation + Concentrate on how to look, instead of what to see.  +
Soft Systems Thinking – Soft Systems Methodology + People differ in worldviews, but nevertheless they typically adhere to aspects of multiple worldviews, which provides room for accommodation.  +
Some-thing from No-thing + The relationship between things, including humans, is what matters. Something or someone cannot stand or be taken on its own.  +
Systems Thinking + A system as a whole is comprised of parts. Systems thinking is about understanding the interactions between the parts.  +
The Autopoietic Turn + Humans and social systems operate autonomously and my react when irritated.  +