The four levels of thinking behind your doing.
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Decision making and strategic thinking are fundamental business abilities that many people find hard to use in their everyday work. Exceptional people however, appear to dive into “blue sky thinking” and balance it with practical execution: proving strong thought processes behind their doing.
Systems thinking is a method for tackling a problem by identifying the different components and how they relate to each other. As opposed to responding to singular issues that emerge, a systems thinker gets some information about the connections and the different elements inside the problem, searches for patterns over time, and looks for main causes.
The four levels of thinking:
1. The Event Level
The event level is the level at which we ordinarily see the world — for example, getting up one morning to discover we have caught a cold. While this issue can be corrected with straightforward action, the iceberg model pushes us not to jump into a solution.
4. The Mental Model Level
Mental models are visual representation in our minds, convictions, ethics, desires and qualities that enable structures to keep working as they seem to be. These are the convictions that we frequently gain instinctively from our life background. For example: being busy means being successful or eat healthily means eating fruits and vegetables.
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