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Applied Understanding: New Learning Inhibited [Systems thinking & modelling series]

This is part 29 of a series of articles featuring the book Beyond Connecting the Dots, Modeling for Meaningful Results.

New learning tends to reduce outdated thinking, communicating, and learning, but our outdated thinking, communicating, and learning tends to inhibit new learning. How do we break this viscous cycle? “New Learning Inhibited” is adopted from An Introduction to Systems Thinking with STELLA by Barry Richmond.

Interactive model: New Learning Inhibited

Is it possible to break out of a vicious cycle?

New Learning Inhibited

Need help? See the Model instructions

Next edition: Applied Understanding: Innovation Diffusion.

Article sources: Beyond Connecting the Dots, Insight Maker. Reproduced by permission.

Header image source: Beyond Connecting the Dots.

Scott Fortmann-Roe and Gene Bellinger

Scott Fortmann-Roe, creator of Insight Maker, and Gene Bellinger, creator of SystemsWiki, have written the innovative interactive book "Beyond Connecting the Dots" to demystify systems thinking and modelling.

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