It’s all about the systems! Learn more about systems thinking by reading this post and watching the embedded video.
This blog entry is a summary of my session in Scrum Gathering Las Vegas. You can view a video of the session (31 minutes) in YouTube and the slides are available in SlideShare.
1. Systems Thinking
Systems Thinking is an approach to understand the performance of organizations. It looks at organization as a System which consist of interconnected parts that together create the characteristics of the entire system. Instead of looking at the parts separated, Systems Thinking takes a holistic view to understand how the parts fit together.
Parts of the system affect each others. This means that cause-effect relations in a system are cyclic: a results of an event can be also the cause of the event. For example, development team doesn’t automate tests. Team analyzes the causes and finds that problem is the excessive workload causing lack of time. However, when they study consequences of missing…
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