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Systems thinking is a way of thinking about, and analyzing, complex systems. It is a holistic approach that looks at the system as a whole, rather than its individual parts.
Systems thinking has its roots in systems theory, which was developed in the early 20th century by biologists and social scientists. Systems theory is the study of how systems interact with and influence each other.
Systems thinking is not just for scientists and engineers. It is a way of thinking that can be used by anyone, in any field.
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