The Habits of a Systems Thinker – A Panel Discussion
Systems thinking is often defined as an approach to problem solving that characterizes issues considering the complete system rather than an individual isolated component. In the context of industrial process manufacturing, it’s a methodology whereby multi-discipline teams ask questions about the system as a whole in order to understand how the big picture affects the little one. With a fuller understanding of the interrelationships between and among different parts of a complete production system, practitioners avoid the linear cause-and-effect thinking that focuses narrowly on obvious symptoms and often results in other negative and unintended consequences.
This webinar will be a panel discussion with expert engineers bringing their experiences to the table.
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