A register of system rules LO29109

From: Bill Harris (bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com)
Date: 09/03/02

Replying to LO29093 --

Bill Harris <bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com>

> Barry Mallis <theorgtrainer@earthlink.net>
> > What is it, Winfried, that so often makes brevity so powerful, at least
> > for my pea brain? Is it the seven plus or minus two rule regarding the
> > breadth of possible, considered thought at any given moment?
> I think it's also one of At's 7Es: sparseness.

I missed the original request, but are you familiar with Jerry
Weinberg's _An Introduction to General Systems Thinking_? It has a
number of such "rules" IIRC.


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