A Brief Introduction to Critical Systems Heuristics ( CSH )

  title={A Brief Introduction to Critical Systems Heuristics ( CSH )},
  author={Werner Ulrich},
Critical systems heuristics (Ulrich 1983) is a framework for reflective practice based on practical philosophy and systems thinking. The name stands for three major concerns. First, the aim is to enhance the ‘critical’ (reflective) competence not only of well-trained professionals and decision-makers but also of ordinary people. Second, reflective practice cannot be secured by theoretical means only but requires ‘heuristic’ support in the form of questions and argumentation tools that make a… CONTINUE READING
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