Seeing the Forest for the Trees: A Manager's Guide to Applying Systems Thinking

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Nicholas Brealey Pub., 2002 - 346 páginas
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Dennis Sherwood's Seeing the Forest for the Trees: A Manager's Guide to Applying Systems Thinking is a wealth of tips and advice on everything from managing a busy back office to negotiating an outsourcing deal. The book argues that only by taking a broad view can we avoid the dangers of a silo mentality, in which a fix here simply shifts the problem there, and organizational myopia, in which a fix now gives rise to a much bigger problem to fix later. Systems thinking can help you tame the complexity of real-world problems by providing a structured way to balance broad views with a selection of relevant details, allowing you to accurately see the forest for the trees. With this handy guide, you can turn the old adage on its head and get ahead in business at the same time!

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\Dennis Sherwood is also the author of Creating an Innovative Culture and Innovation Express.

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