How to create strategic vision, alignment of people and implementation performance. Whole system thinking prevents common pitfalls that groups easily fall into by missing their own blind spots, jumping to conclusions without considering unintended impacts, focusing on the solutions that the more forceful members of the group put forward. Whole system thinking considers all the parts of the system, and its interactions with its functional environment. Used effectively it leads to common ground faster, generates solutions that everyone believes in, and accelerates implementation of change because everyone understands how their own tasks integrate with the common goals.
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