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The Value of Systems Thinking (10:09)

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This video provides an overview of why systems thinking is important and what it means to apply it. It describes why our traditional way of thinking may thwart achieving our intended results or unintentionally create worse issues than the ones we’re trying to address. Viewers will learn how to better determine if (and how) an issue can benefit from systems thinking, and the steps required to have a positive effect.

Release Date: 06/01/2016
Source: Program Performance and Evaluation Office (PPEO)
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