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Systemic development

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Systemic development is an alternative definition of sustainable development which has its basis in systems thinking.

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It can also be used to describe a recursive development model for the analysis and sorting of particulate matter such as fruit, nuts and other perishable foodstuff.

Overview

Systemic development builds on what Peter Checkland (1993) had implied with his Systems thinking: systems practice – the recognition that systems were epistemic devices for learning and change.

Principles

  • Inclusion of all parties
  • Social learning (social pedagogy) and institutionalization of systems thinking
  • A dynamic concept rather than a static target
  • References

    Systemic development Wikipedia


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