Systems thinking expands the range of choices available for solving a problem by broadening our thinking and helping us articulate problems in new and different ways. At the same time, the principles of systems thinking make us aware that there are no perfect solutions; the choices we make will have an impact on other parts of the system. By anticipating the impact of each trade-off, we can minimize its severity or even use it to our own advantage. Systems thinking therefore allows us to make informed choices. (Source: System Thinker).
Wardley Mapping visualizes situations of strategic importance in order to create clarity, invite critique, and inspire action. In practice, it’s all about developing strategic competence through situational awareness in order to secure asymmetric advantage. (Source: learnwardleymapping)
Saurabh will present a detailed walkthrough of Systems Thinking + Wardley Mapping for Startups. You will learn how to apply in your business.