Systems Thinking And Systems Dynamics

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3 pages in length. Modifying a process that has been the mainstay of a particular application is not only a complex and enormous undertaking, but it is often a necessary evil to correct issues within that system that no longer function for the benefit of a positive outcome. Processes that are splintered in their assembly cannot produce anything else but fractured output, which reflects a common problem when systems utilized a piecemeal approach that serves only to tether together each section rather than contain it as a whole unit. Bibliography lists 4 sources.