“Elevate problem-solving through the fusion of design thinking and systems thinking. This dynamic synergy unveils a holistic canvas, fostering innovation by integrating diverse perspectives into transformative solutions.”
I often come across questions like, “What sets systems thinking apart from Design Thinking?” and, “Which one is more effective?” To address these inquiries, I’ve put together this brief note—it’s not exhaustive, but consider it a sneak peek into the subject.
Systems Thinking is essentially about grasping how elements in a context connect and create emerging patterns.
It takes insights from different fields like natural sciences, social sciences, and complexity studies. Michael C. Jackson’s four commitments, laid out in “Critical Systems Thinking and the Management of Complexity” (2019), guide Systems Thinking.