Soft Systems Thinking, Methodology and the Management of Cha

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    What is Soft Systems Methodology? How can it help make sense of complex business scenarios, providing solutions to challenging problems? Soft Systems Thinking, Methodology and the Management of Change identifies the challenges encountered by practitioners of SSM and provides the means of overcoming them. Featuring a unique prologue tracing the history of Systems Engineering back to its beginning in Lancaster in 1966, this authoritative text reflects on the evolutionary process of arguably the most significant research programme on the use of systems ideas in problem solving. It explores how this branch of systems-based thinking is applied and brings SSM firmly into the modern day. Key benefits: * Written by one of the major developers of SSM * Demonstrates the use of Conceptual Model Building * Includes a range of in-depth case studies and gives real-world guidance on the use of SSM

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    Number of Pages: 512
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781137432681
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    Listed in: Business innovation, Management & management techniques
    Publishers: Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave, Red Globe Press

    Books by Brian Wilson

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