PLS 4-5 study qs - Michael Slagh PLS200 Study Questions...

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Michael Slagh PLS200 Study Questions l.4-5 1.) Complexity is proportional to the shortest possible description of an object; something is maximally complex if it is random. Complexity also depends on how you look at something and the language you use to describe it. 2.) Characteristics of Complexity start with its hierarchy, or if it can be broken into subsystems. There is also redundancy in complexity, or subsystems are similar to one another; and they vary on the way we describe them. 3.) Senge included Systems Thinking in his five disciplines of modeling complexity. Systems thinking is the discipline for seeing wholes. It also involves focuses on interrelationships and seeing change, rather than focusing on “static snapshots”. 4.) Detail Complexity deals with many variables, whereas Dynamic Complexity deals with situations when cause and effect are subtle, or when the same action has dramatically different effects. 5.) Senge developed his
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