Systems Approaches to Managing Change: A Practical Guide
Reynolds, Martin, Holwell, Sue (Eds.)
2010, XIV, 309 p. 112 illus.
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“Each course of this banquet is generously served by a master chef, either the creator of the methodology or a prominent practitioner. The chefs trace the origin and history of their creations and the fine ingredients they used, and discuss cooking tips and appropriate pairings. I appreciate the wisdom shared. … Reynolds and Holwell’s book … covers a smaller set of systems approaches. … Systems thinkers should read this book.” (Ernest Hughes, ACM Computing Reviews, October, 2010)
“The selection of the five approaches presented in the book on the basis that there is a rich interplay between the situation, the practitioner community and the methodology of each of the selected approaches. … it will certainly be useful for novice systems practitioners … . this is an excellent resource that will be valuable to systems scholars and practitioners … .” (Shamim Bodhanya, The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa, Vol. 7 (1), July, 2011)