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  • Systems Thinking for Risk Engineers

    Nadine Cranenburgh


    Systems thinking is a branch of the complexity sciences which can be readily applied to modern-day risk management. It is also referred to as complex systems theory and systems theory.

    The purpose of systems thinking is to try to understand how highly integrated and interactive systems operate and apply that knowledge to everyday management situations.

    Unlike more mathematical complexity sciences such as computational and chaos theory, systems thinking is a practical field, and can be readily understood by most stakeholders.


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    Edited by Nadine Cranenburgh


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