Tag: Systems Thinking

What is Systems Thinking? Experts Weigh In

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What is Systems Thinking? Experts Weigh In

Back in October, WPI welcomed over 100 professionals interested in Systems Thinking to the university’s first-ever colloquium on the topic. Systems Thinking experts from around the world delivered presentations–both in person and remotely!–that attempted to answer the question: what is Systems Thinking? One such expert, Professor Ricardo Valerdi, came all the way from the University of […]

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5 Engineering Disasters That Could’ve Been Prevented with Systems Thinking

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5 Engineering Disasters That Could’ve Been Prevented with Systems Thinking

What is Systems Thinking? According to the latest paper by WPI professors Jamie Monat and Thomas Gannon, it’s an approach to engineering that incorporates the full context of the problem at hand. And it might have helped avoid some of the most notorious disasters in engineering history. Here’s a summary of five catastrophes Monat and […]

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New Systems Thinking Paper from WPI’s Monat & Gannon

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New Systems Thinking Paper from WPI’s Monat & Gannon

This just in: The latest paper by WPI professors Jamie Monat, PhD, and Thomas Gannon, PhD, is now available for download! Systems, an international peer-reviewed journal on systems engineering, has published Monat and Gannon’s “Applying Systems Thinking to Engineering and Design.” Here’s the abstract from the journal: The application of Systems Thinking principles to Systems Engineering is […]

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