Modelling the Consequences of the Soviet Fall
Systemist, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 183-200, 1995
11 Pages Posted: 22 Apr 2009
Date Written: 1995
The Conflict Modelling Cycle is yet another phased cyclic systems approach that was originally intended for change in large group social settings rather than situations in enterprises or smaller group settings. This methodology is explained together with the ideas of Critical Systems Thinking, and together they generate a paradigm within which to examine the dramatic change towards the market economy that has occurred within Central and Eastern Europe.
Keywords: Conflict Modelling Cycle, Methodology, Change, Central and Eastern Europe
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