Critical Systems Thinking Ulrich

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The CSH toolbox is composed of twelve 'boundary questions' designed to outline and provoke thought about boundary judgments that determine situational framings.

Each question is considered in two modes: an ideal mode (what 'should' be), and a descriptive mode (what 'is'), making twenty-four questions in total.

Overlapping with the analytic purpose (of providing more information), therefore, CSH also intends to generate discussion, reflection, and critique.

The boundary questions in Table 1 provide a common rubric designed to enable mutual understanding and contructive dialogue.

Engaging debate about the issues exposed during the evaluation fulfills a practical purpose by opening up new ways to improve communication and hence the overall wellbeing of those involved.

Finally, by intentionally setting all actors' perspectives on equal footing regardless of their expertise or technical competence (sometimes referred to as a ' Socratic' professional stance), CSH can have an emancipatory purpose, amplifying otherwise unheard voices.

Rather than focus on the stances and actions themselves, therefore, CSH zooms in on the process of interpretation.

Rather than asking 'what do you see in this situation?

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  • Critical thinking and systems thinking towards a critical.
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    Whilst striving towards aspirations of holism and pluralism, this third critical dimension confers a peculiar sense of grounding, purposefulness and responsibility in systems thinking. As Werner Ulrich shows in his seminal work Critical Heuristics of Social Planning 1983, the systems ‘idea’ as a philosophical tool can be traced back to Immanuel Kant’s 1784 enlightenment treatise Critique of Pure Reason.…

  • Critical systems thinking Beyond the fragments - Wiley Online.
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    I begin by considering progress in applied systems thinking from the Second. Ulrich's 1983 critical systems heuristics, making use of some of Churchman's.…

  • Open Research Online
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    Werner Ulrich’s critical systems heuristics is often regarded as an example of one particular tradition of systems thinking called critical systems thinking CST. The positivist interpretation of systems science came under critical review during the 1970s most notably through the works of C. West Churchman 1970 and Russell Ackoff…

  • Systems Thinking Insight Maker
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    The schematic representation shows how systems thinking might help to draw attention to such situations by graphically connecting the dots to promote understand and hopefully action when people realize that there is a price to be paid for inaction.…

  • Chapter 19 Critical Systems Heuristics - GLO 410 Systems.
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    Thus Critical Systems is essentially about boundaries. Churchman argued that your choice of what lies inside a system's boundaries depends on your perspective or more deeply your values. If these choices are not reflected upon, they may well result in exacerbating the very problem you are seeking to address.…

  • Critical Systems Heuristics - Critical Systems Thinking.
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    The main inspiration for Werner Ulrich's critical systems heuristics CSH, as for SAST see Chapter 14, is C. West Churchman's systems thinking. Churchman tells a story that illuminates some of the central concerns that Ulrich's approach is designed to address. My paraphrase of the story changes the names of the characters involved and simplifies their debate, but hopefully leaves the meaning intact.…

  • Werner Ulrich - Wikipedia
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    Werner Ulrich born 1948, Berne, Switzerland is a Swiss social scientist and practical philosopher, and a former professor of the theory and practice of social planning at the University of Fribourg. He is known as one of the originators of critical systems thinking CST.…

  • Ulrich's Home Page CST -
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    Abstract The goal of my current research program "Critical Systems Thinking for Professionals & Citizens" Ulrich, 1995, 1996b, 2000 is to develop and pragmatize critical systems ideas so that ordinary professionals and citizens – all of us – can apply them. The idea is not that everyone should become a systems scholar but rather, that systems thinking can help us in developing some new reflective skills which in a civil society are essential for both professional competence and.…

  • Critical Systems Thinking Towards Enhancing Community.
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    Select systems thinking tools are introduced to better understand issues that arise in enhancing community engagement and flexibility, both of which are regarded as a critical aspect in the development of micro-insurance schemes. Reference and learning are drawn from an on-ground scheme in India implemented by the Micro Insurance Academy.…

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