Bathtub dynamics: initial results of a systems thinking inventory

  title={Bathtub dynamics: initial results of a systems thinking inventory},
  author={L. Sweeney and J. Sterman},
  journal={System Dynamics Review},
  • L. Sweeney, J. Sterman
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • System Dynamics Review
  • In a world of accelerating change, educators, business leaders, environmentalists and scholars are calling for the development of systems thinking to improve our ability to take effective actions. Through courses in the K-12 grades, universities, business schools, and corporations, advocates seek to teach people to think systemically. These courses range from one-day workshops with no mathematics to graduate level courses stressing formal modeling. But how do people learn to think systemically… CONTINUE READING
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