Systems thinking originated in 1956, when Professor Jay Forrester founded the Systems Dynamic Group at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Also, who developed systems thinking?
Professor Jay W. Forrester
Secondly, is Systems Thinking a theory? Systems Thinking. Systems thinking is the ability or skill to perform problem solving in complex system. System theory or systems science is the interdisciplinary study of systems in which System Thinking can be learned.
Then, who is the founder of Systems Theory?
Systems theory was proposed in the 1940’s by the biologist Ludwig von Bertalanffy and furthered by Ross Ashby (1964). Von Bertalanffy was reacting against both reductionism and attempting to revive the unity of science. He is considered to be the founder and principal author of general systems theory.
What is the purpose of systematic thinking?
The true purpose of Systems Thinking is to understand and to integrate oneself into the General System. It’s the way that keeps reducing inconsistencies between the actual flows of the System, and one’s understanding of the System and its flows.