Full Stack Systems Thinking

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Full Stack

I’ve figured out a name for what I do. It’s Full Stack Systems. It’s important to have a name for things, so we can notice them, and can choose to notice them. I’ve borrowed Full Stack from the IT term Full Stack Developer, meaning someone with the skills to program back end and front end systems, and who understands the full delivery model of their work.

Full Stack Systems Thinking looks at the connections between things as much as the things themselves. It looks at patterns, emergence, interconnectedness and other systemic stuff.

Going up the stack

  • Knowing Myself, knowing the patterns I use, the internal dramas I have
  • Understanding the way groups interact at their best and worst, and how they can work in curiosity or contempt
  • Challenging my own and others Theories in Use and Theories in Practice
  • Seeing how groups interact, and the patterns and drama…

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