Iceberg Model Revisited
Beware what's under the water!
Welcome to another of SystemsWiki’s Musings exploring how a deeper understanding of relationships and their implications can enable more effective action.
The Iceberg Model has been employed by the systems thinking community for decades endeavoring to develop a realization that being aware of and reacting to events isn’t nearly as effective as understanding and responding to what’s responsible for the events. In the following video, I present the iceberg model along with an alternative view I crafted to demonstrate the relevance of the iceberg model along with a shout-out to the always relevant “Habits of a Systems Thinker” cards developed by the “Waters Center for Systems Thinking.”
What perspectives do you have that might improve the understanding?
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