Using Systems Thinking
A one page summary of The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge
Systems Thinking is the ability to see processes, interactions and events as part of a bigger interactive process in which changes made at one point have both an effect on other parts of the system and the whole.
Systems thinking sees not only the reactions of individual systems, it sees the effect that changes within one system have on other interlocking systems. Indeed, a true systems thinker will see the world as a series of interlocking and interactive systems....Read the full article in PDF format.