Some of the Systems Methodologies
Systems science has assumed as its primary responsibility the task of handling real-world, large-scale, intertwined problems of complex systems. It is applied with the assumption that these problems are of a certain similarity, regardless of the system they have originated from. The systemic view therefore includes a special attention to the threat of technological ‘fixes’ and pervasive side-effects of the far more common mega-technology which is invading society. Also, the emergent properties, possessed by the system but not by its parts, are extensively involved.
KeywordsSystem Methodology Wicked Problem Soft System Methodology General System Theory Wide System
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