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System Dynamics Glossary

What is the meaning of Systemicity?

Systemicity is a term used by Checkland (1999) to describe the complex, dynamic behaviour exhibited by systems, or systems-of-systems. Checkland does not suggest we attempt to contemplate whole systems, but that we acknowledge the complexity of the world and that the world is whole. The notion of weltanschauung is complementary to systemicity.


Other topics in our resources on System Dynamics related to Systemicity include: 
 
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