Systemic thinking in a function of the dynamic complexity

Sofijanova, Elenica and Zdravkovska, Milka and Kovacevska, Ivona (2013) Systemic thinking in a function of the dynamic complexity. In: The 8th IRDO International Conference: Social Responsibility and Current Challenges, 07-09. 03.2013, Maribor.

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Systematic thinking represents sensitivity for registration of good mutual dependencies which show uniqueness. The wealth of information is too large to be received, which creates uncontrollable conflicts of interdepended recognized in changes that are hardly acceptable. This leads to a "breakdown" of the enterprises that rely on flawless individuals with innovative products that still are not in a position to unite the differences in productive common goals. Strategic planning composed of "detailed complexities" in which there are many variables, are implemented. The complexity is dynamic. There are situations in which the cause and the effect are subtle, after some time, an interventions that are not obvious are recurred. When the same action has dramatically different consequences, in short term and in long term, there is dynamic complexity. The true balance in the most management situations lies in the understanding of the dynamics and not in the detailed complexity. Unfortunately, most "system analysis", is focused on detailed, not on dynamic complexity. Individuals explain the systematic thinking as a struggle between complexity against complexity, which results in increased "complex" solutions in response to the increasing complex problems. The essence of the complex system thinking involves consideration of the interrelationships in a linear cause-effect chain that continues to be reflected in a change. Through feedback concept it is showed how actions can reinforce each other or oppose each other, because the reality is represented in circles, not in a straight line path. Key words: system thinking, dynamism, complexity, innovative products, information

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture
Depositing User: Elenica Sofijanova
Date Deposited: 04 Apr 2013 09:35
Last Modified: 04 Apr 2013 09:35

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