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The Right Requirement

Professor Joseph Kasser

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The Holistic Thinking Perspectives

systems thinking and beyond 

To learn more about the Holistic Thinking Perspectives, read Holistic Thinking: Creating innovative solutions to complex problems (Solution Engineering)

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  1. Help with a complex problem.
  2. Determine if a project is going to be successful.
  3. Audit the quality of a post graduate course.
  4. Provide corporate training in solving complex problems, systems thinking, systems engineering or project management
  5. Teach a postgraduate course online or face to face as a visiting professor for a semester.
  6. Create a postgraduate course complete with lecturer notes, PowerPoint slides, problem-based learning exercise, flipped classroom exercises, etc.
  7. Create a postgraduate degree.
  8. Convert a face-to-face course to distance format.
  9. Assist with something else.

Contact information

jkasser @ therightrequirement.com

+61 (0) 436 028 393

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Why you should become a systems thinker

You get an advantage over other people who are not systems thinkers. Systems thinkers see things from different perspectives which allows them to identify issues other people cannot. This gives them the advantage.

Why you should go beyond systems thinking

Traditional systems thinking has focused on the Functional and Operational perspectives of systems as typified by the often seen Causal Loops. While systems thinking provides an understanding of the situation, holistic thinking goes beyond systems thinking to identify solutions. This allows the holistic thinker to create innovative solutions while their colleagues are still reacting to problems.

Holistic Thinking

In the past teaching and learning systems thinking has been difficult and has mainly focused on Causal Loops. That has now changed, expanding the concepts developed under a grant to Cranfield University from the Leverhulme Trust in 2007, the nine Holistic Thinking Perspectives have provided a standard set of perspectives and a way to use them that have helped many workshop and seminar participants to improve their problem solving skills by improving their thinking.

 

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