Systems stories LO25916

From: Roy Greenhalgh (
Date: 01/17/01

Replying to LO25880 --

Dear readers

Can I widen this somewhat.

Having started to read the Vth discipline book "Schools that learn", and
reading about the early stages in the development of a Thinking Skills
curriculum on UK schools, I am interested to know if there are any
children's stories that could be considered being in a "systems thinking"

I am aware of the ST books published by Pegasus, e.g. "Outlearning the

-- Roy Greenhalgh

ChangeResearch wrote:

> Do you or does anyone on the learning-org list know of short stories or
> even poems and limericks and examples illustrating systems principles at
> work? Any collections of such stories? Any web references? Any concise
> cartoons, pictures driving home the difference between normal and systems
> thinking?
> And does anyone know of lists of applications and benefits of systems,
> models or simulations? Of lists of people and institutes across the globe
> involved in systems and modelling? Of societies, listsservers, networks,
> journals, books and bodies? Thanks!


Roy Greenhalgh <>

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