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Published on February 28, 2014

Author: JonJagger

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systems thinking @JonJagger jon@jaggersoft.com jonjagger.blogspot.co.uk Sunday, 2 March 14

thinking about systems as dynamic, evolving patterns of interaction and feedback Sunday, 2 March 14

it is an axiom that influence is both a cause and an effect. nothing is ever influenced in just one direction. Peter's Axiom Sunday, 2 March 14

to say that certain events are causally connected is only a clumsy way of saying they are features of the same event Sunday, 2 March 14

The Causation Fallacies every effect has a cause and we can tell which is which. Jerry Weinberg Sunday, 2 March 14

cause effect ? defects Sunday, 2 March 14 lateness

cause effect ? defects Sunday, 2 March 14 lateness

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Scrum Buses http://jonjagger.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/scrum-buses.html Sunday, 2 March 14

feedback Sunday, 2 March 14

XP values ? .o.r.g. .o.m.n.c.t.o. .i.p.i.i.y .e.d.a.k Sunday, 2 March 14

XP values Courage Communication Simplicity Feedback Sunday, 2 March 14

Scrum Guide " Scrum Teams deliver products iteratively and incrementally, maximizing opportunities for feedback. Sprint Review: ... the presentation of the Increment is intended to elicit feedback and foster collaboration. " Sunday, 2 March 14

just calling it "feedback" doesn't mean that it has actually fed back Sunday, 2 March 14

the amount of feedback built into living organisms differs by many orders of magnitude from the amount we build into man-made systems. John Gall Sunday, 2 March 14

there is not one living creature that lacks that integrated, total unification through feedback. John Gall Sunday, 2 March 14

compared to a frog or a salamander, our biggest manmade systems seem like simple wind-up toys. John Gall Sunday, 2 March 14

ignoring feedback merely means that the system will eventually experience a massive unpleasant surprise (rather than a small unpleasant surprise) John Gall Sunday, 2 March 14

it may look like a crisis, but it's only the end of an illusion Sunday, 2 March 14

change Sunday, 2 March 14

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Le Chatelier's Principle systems tend to oppose their own proper function. Henri Louis Le Chatelier Sunday, 2 March 14

all change can be understood as the effort to maintain some constancy... ...and all constancy as maintained through change. Sunday, 2 March 14

the battle over food and territory between two species is only one half of the story... ...the battle is a means or process of generating, maintaining, and stabilizing an ecosystem Gregory Bateson Steps to an Ecology of Mind (I think) Sunday, 2 March 14

evolution is always co-evolution Sunday, 2 March 14

what is involved is not simply survival of the fittest but survival of the fitting-in-est Sunday, 2 March 14

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slack Sunday, 2 March 14

moving from 75% to 95% utilization increases variability by 25 times Sunday, 2 March 14

flow utilization Sunday, 2 March 14 75% 95%

that which optimizes one part of the system necessarily undermines the system as a whole. Sunday, 2 March 14

whole Sunday, 2 March 14 > parts

Pu239 Sunday, 2 March 14

2kg + 3kg == 5kg Sunday, 2 March 14

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in medio stats virtus Sunday, 2 March 14

The Law of Unintended Consequences http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cobra_effect Sunday, 2 March 14

systems thinking @JonJagger jon@jaggersoft.com jonjagger.blogspot.co.uk Sunday, 2 March 14

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