Systems Thinking and Causal Loop Diagram

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Systems Thinking Tool Travis Dorso GB500 – Business Perspectives Due Date: 09.27.2011
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Systems thinking is an important means of solving organizational problems and implementing wide ranging results that lead to solutions to problems. More importantly, the solutions arrived at by using systems thinking tend to consider the overall situation of the organization and not only separate factors and components. Systems thinking are not only necessary in the organization, it helps coordinate the efforts of individuals in the organization to the overall attempts to develop and improve the organization as a whole. The causal loop diagram is an illustration containing a series of arrows connecting various variables that constantly change over time and these arrows come together to form loops( Pegasus Communications, Inc., 2001). Each loop is labeled to signify the constant changes of an organization or market. Usually these loops are labeled by an “R” or a “B”. R represents the relationships within the loop which can collapse or grow while “B” signifies
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