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<blockquote>Edson, R. 2008. ''Systems Thinking. Applied. A Primer.'' Arlington, VA, USA: Applied Systems Thinking (ASYST) Institute, Analytic Services Inc.</blockquote>
 
 
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===Exploring a Problem or Opporunity===
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This book provides guidance in the techniques for defining a problem or opportunity.
  
 
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Edson, R. 2008. Systems Thinking. Applied. A Primer. Arlington, VA, USA: Applied Systems Thinking (ASYST) Institute, Analytic Services Inc.

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Exploring a Problem or Opporunity

This book provides guidance in the techniques for defining a problem or opportunity.