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Trying to think systematically about 'systems thinking'

Lane, D. C. ORCID: (1995) Trying to think systematically about 'systems thinking'. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 46 (9). pp. 1158-1162. ISSN 0160-5682

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I noticed with interest that Peter Checkland has now contributed' to the debate on the use of the term 'systems thinking' in a paper by Eric Wolstenholme2. However, due to the self-confessed lag in his reading schedule, Peter is responding to the original piece and not to any of the subsequent observations on it3'4 (although he is kind enough to reference some of my other work on the matter).

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