Inter-relationships

 

The term Inter-relationships is used instead of Systems Thinking as this includes the human aspects of any system. While Systems Thinking (Peter M. Senge, 1994) discusses the behavior of a system it leaves open the question of how the human aspect can and will affect the system. Therefore, using the term “Inter-relationships” opens the discussion to perspective variances, motivational factors, and other factors of the personal nature which impact the system or how the system is perceived by different people at different times.

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