Systems Thinking for Smart Automation

July 6th, 2020

Most humans have linear intuition and miss out the larger complexities behind systems all around us. We don't understand how a small change in a seemingly unrelated part of a system can have a big impact on another, and we don't see how these changes feed into each other to produce complex behaviors. The study of Dynamical Systems has been around since the 1910's and Systems Thinking has since the 1950's. In this post we go through what these disciplines are and real-world examples of the significant impact they can have on businesses.


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I help companies through digital transformations by designing and developing systems that improve human decision making with data, cloud, software, and mathematics (Machine Learning, Operations Research, Statistics). I also enjoy coaching teams and publishing content on Smart Automation.


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