Systems Thinking - How Systems Deal With Changes

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Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 – Systems Thinking February 22, 2010 How Systems Deal With Changes Today, I was sitting around thinking about what was going on around me when I had a thought. I came to the conclusion that profound changes can take place in ways we cannot foretell. That is to say, a small force or event can have a disproportionate effect. I felt as though this was an important thought because it began to get me thinking about systems thinking and what Dr. Boland has been saying lately. Specifically, this thought made me begin to think about systems and their susceptibility to change, but more so how they deal with change. I came to the conclusion through my thinking that systems are typically able to deal with change through negative feedback. Moreover, since many systems, such as those systems located inside the human body, are able to often return themselves to a state of equilibrium on their own, this becomes very important. It soon became apparent to me while sitting in a particularly cold
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