How “systems thinking” can level up your work — and your life

Aytekin Tank
Aug 22, 2018 · 7 min read
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Originally published on JOTFORM.COM
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We often think our own, partial experience represents the full truth, even though other people have different experiences and truths.

Everything is a system

How to apply systems thinking

1. Understand and leverage feedback points

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2. Look for patterns and trends

3. People problems vs. system problems

Never stop learning

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1. Personal mastery

2. Explore your biases and assumptions

3. Establish a (shared) vision

4. Learn in teams

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5. Think in systems

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Aytekin Tank

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Founder at www.JotForm.com || (contact: AytekinTank@JotForm.com)

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