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How can systems thinking be used in sociology, business, and psychology?

I attended a lecture on systems thinking and I think in terms of networking. Things are always linked together somehow and the entire human race belongs to many different systems. #business #psychology #marketing #networking #sociology #social-networking

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bridget’s Answer

Hi Liana: What a great question! I'm always tempted to put on my resume' that I am good at "connecting dots" - folks who haven't had exposure to systems thinking/analysis have a hard time understanding what I mean. So important in business as the customer is not only external to the company, but is internal as well. Marketing has an idea, how does it best translate into something that engineers can understand? Once built, how do you inform/train others on pricing, servicing and maintaining?


Your network thinking will allow you to work well across business functions.

Thank you comment icon Hi Bridget. Thanks so much for your answer! I appreciate it! I love connecting the dots all time! Liana
Thank you comment icon You're very welcome. Got me thinking...and revisiting this blog: http://learnstreaming.com/. WARNING: you will really, really like this -- might help answer the sociology and psychology component of your question! :) http://learnstreaming.com bridget navoda
Thank you comment icon Thanks so much Bridget!!!!! I'll take a look at this now! You're so thoughtful. Liana
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Linda Ann’s Answer

Great thinking. Every thing is connected!

Thank you comment icon thanks Linda for your compliment and yes I agree! Everything is connected. Best!! Liana
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