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thinking processes

См.: мыслительные процессы.



thinking processes

thinking processes - (TP) - A set of logic tools that can be used independently or in combination to address the questions in the change question sequence for managing ongoing improvement. The thinking processes are the: current reality tree (branch, twig), evaporating cloud, future reality tree (branch, twig), negative branch reservation, prerequisite tree, intermediate objectives map, transition tree, and strategy and tactics tree.

Usage: The thinking processes can be used to analyze both simple and complex systems, identify and solve system problems, and overcome the layers of resistance and achieve buy-in from individuals and various stakeholder groups as required. In addition they can be used to construct an organization strategy.