📚 node [[system]]
📕 text contributed by @flancian 🔗 ️👁 ️📝
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    • A system is a set of components that act together as a whole to achieve some common goal, objective, or end. A system may contain subsystems and may also be part of a larger system.
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📕 text contributed by @neil 🔗 ️👁 ️📝

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A system is an interconnected set of elements that is coherently organized in a way that achieves something.

[[Thinking in Systems]]

If you look at that definition closely for a minute, you can see that a system must consist of three kinds of things: elements, interconnections, and a function or purpose.

[[Thinking in Systems]]

  • A system is more than the sum of its parts.
  • Many of the interconnections in systems operate through the flow of information.
  • The least obvious part of the system, its function or purpose, is often the most crucial determinant of the system’s behavior.
  • System structure is the source of system behavior. System behavior reveals itself as a series of events over time.

[[Thinking in Systems]]

most of the challenges that really matter involve systems, for example, energy and global warming; water, food, and population; and health and social justice.

[[A Systems Literacy Manifesto]]

📕 text contributed by @ryan 🔗

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