The art of systems thinking: essential skills for creativity and problem solving

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Thorsons, 1997 - Business & Economics - 265 pages
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NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming)trainers and authors O'Connor and McDermott unlock the mysteries of systems thinking and offer practical suggestions, exercises, and tips.

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Answers to our questions are not the end of our quest but the beginning of a new one... Read full review

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I loved this book, This is much better than the Fifth Discipline in terms of clearly explaining the Principles and practice of systems Thinking. It is much more concise too. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Joseph O'Connor was born and lives in Dublin, Ireland. He is the author of the Whitbread-finalist novel "Cowboys & Indians," the novels "True Believers" and "Desperadoes," and numerous non-fiction books and plays. His books, including "The Salesman," are bestsellers in England and Ireland.

McDermott is a Certified NLP Trainer, and he has taught NLP for 15 years.