Seven Habits Of A System Savvy Person Analysis

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A Critical Review of the Seven Habit of a Systems Savvy Person
In Dynamic Systems for everyone chapter ten, Ghosh Asish mentions the seven habits of a system savvy person. He discusses what the differences are between looking all phenomena to understand the systems and looking to the systems into their parts to examine each part properties. The author discusses how the principle of all is better than the holistic world view can help a system savvy person to create right mental and conceptual models and interactive model. In addition, the holistic world view can optimize the system, reduce the delays, improve the efficiency and keep improving the system. This chapter includes several examples of engineering and social
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The author explains the seven habits of a systems savvy person and supporting various types of systems from diverse fields. These examples of various systems explain old models issues such cholera outbreak in London in 19th century and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The author mentions how people thought about these models, how people solve these models issues and what the effects of these solutions are. In the end of each discussion of an old model, in order to explain the approaches in this chapter, the author suggests new solutions in some old model to solve these issues …show more content…
This chapter provides guidelines to the readers to deal with their problems in their life by creating mental and conceptual models and making interactive models. In addition, this chapter guides the readers to improve the models or system by optimization, removing the obstacles, improving efficiency and robustness, and making continuous improving in the systems. Moreover, the readers can learn from this chapter to think bigger by looking a holistic world view of the systems and how the parts interconnect with each other rather than focusing on how each part works alone. By learning all these habits, the readers are able to understand how the systems works in their life, and can determine where the main issues in the systems and the parts may improve in the system to have a more effective

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