Imagine a leader constrained by the current situation, a manager expecting efficient cooperation among groups, or an advocator desiring a consensus among different interest groups.
By leveraging system thinking, Omplexity can help build a system map and realize system change .
People tend to treat the symptoms of a problem. A system map prevents this issue from happening by revealing the mental models of stakeholders.
The causal relationships are clearly demonstrated on the map, showcasing how different variables are interconnected.
A problem usually involves several stakeholders and the map can work as an effective communication tool.
As the existing mobility paradigm approaches critical limits to growth, many parties, from automakers and logistics companies, to local and national governments have put effort in each of these areas that have produced promising contributions to the larger transformation effort, hoping to satisfy the demands of increased expectations for health, safety, and accessibility. However, none alone represented a “silver bullet,” alone capable of shifting the entire mobility system. Indeed, success in a single area of development -- autonomy, electrification, data collection and sharing -- but lacking attention to the broader system’s interconnections, interdependencies, and feedback loops, threatened to leave the system worse-off.
After the Industrial Revolution, the economy is built on toxic chemicals, which gave rise to cancers and other diseases.
What we eat, what we drink, and what we use should not be what makes us sick. However, the fact that the cases of cancers around the world are ever-increasing has unequivocally become a thorny challenge.
Motivation among university students in Taiwan is on the decline. Students wanting to explore curriculum beyond their departments run up against inflexible rules while those seeking to apply what they have learned outside the classroom find few opportunities to do so. Feeling stuck, more and more students are taking leaves of absence. Many will not return. National Taiwan University (NTU), the nation’s premier institution, is not exempt from this trend.