THINKING IN SYSTEMS
Summary by Kerem Tosun
Systems thinking is a way of thinking that considers relationships between structures of socalled “systems” and the behaviors they display. A key concept of systems thinking is that systems cause their own behavior, and the reaction of every system to external stimuli can differ. Thinking in Systems: A Primer will explore the various intricacies of systems thinking.
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Kerem lives in Minnesota and is a senior at Minnetonka High School. He wants to pursue a career where he can actively contribute to sustainable lives. He is a captain of Model United Nations, and enjoys sailing, swimming and skiing.
Kerem interned at Sercom from July-August 2022, where he read and prepared summary analyses of two books from our sustainability library. We like to thank Kerem for his diligent work and focused approach and share his report with you.