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Título: Systems thinking: learning or driving?
Autores: Capelo, Carlos
Dias, João Ferreira
Palavras-chave: ENSINO
TEACHING
GESTÃO
MANAGEMENT
TEORIA DOS SISTEMAS
SYSTEMS THEORIES
SISTEMAS ECONÓMICOS
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
Data: Abr-2007
Editora: ISTCE Business School
Citação: Capelo, C., Dias J. 2007. Systems thinking: learning or driving? Economia Global e Gestão – Global Economics and Management Review, ISCTE, Vol XII, 1, pp 149-165.
Resumo: The ability to foresee how behaviour of a system arises from the interaction of its components over time - i.e. its dynamic complexity – is seen an important ability to take effective decisions in our turbulent world. Dynamic complexity emerges frequently from interrelated simple structures, such as stocks and flows, feedbacks and delays (Forrester, 1961). Common sense assumes an intuitive understanding of their dynamic behaviour. However, recent researches have pointed to a persistent and systematic error in people understanding of those building blocks of complex systems. This paper describes an empirical study concerning the native ability to understand systems thinking concepts. Two different groups - one, academic, the other, professional – submitted to four tasks, proposed by Sweeney and Sterman (2000) and Sterman (2002). The results confirm a poor intuitive understanding of the basic systems concepts, even when subjects have background in mathematics and sciences.
Descrição: Economia Global e Gestão - Global Economics and Management Review
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10437/1349
ISSN: 0873-7444
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