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This book will teach you how to think.
What's more, this book brings it to you with a great sense of humor, in itself a vehicle to open up to John Gall's geniality in analyzing our castle of cards.
After reading this, every time a colleague complained about a system (computer or otherwise) I'd just smile and think of something I read in this book.
This book kind of lays out why everything seems to go wrong in life, and while it doesn't help to solve much, it does make the journey a little more tolerable through... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sam
This is a great book for learning about systems and systems thinking. It is written in an entertaining style which makes it a good read for early learners of ST.Published 8 months ago by Bobby G. Moore Jr.
If you get, you get it. The description of the book is accurate. If you're looking for an arcane theoretical treatment of systems theory, this may not be the book for you. Read morePublished 10 months ago by whatever
This isa book every systems engineer, computer scientist, teacher, and the listgoes on, should read. It contains a plethera of axioms pertaining to the antics of systems.Published 12 months ago by Dennis Watson
Defines insightful thinking. A must-read for all members of the human race. This book will teach you how to think.Published 12 months ago by John Gunther