Fussball-Talente

Hinweis zur Modellansicht /-navigation:  Sie können sich das Modell oben direkt anschauen. In dieser Schnellansicht des Modells werden immer nur die ersten 3 Modellebenen angezeigt, um das Modell übersichtlich zu halten. Sie haben jedoch die Möglichkeit, sich durch das Modell zu navigieren, in dem Sie die Ansichten wechseln. Klicken Sie hierfür einfach einen beliebigen Faktor (z.B. Fussballerische Fähigkeiten) an und stellen Sie diesen ins Zentrum Ihrer Betrachtung - durch einen einfachen Klick auf das Zentrums-/Kreissymbol. Anschließend werden die ersten 3 Ebenen des ins Zentrum gestellten Faktors angezeigt. Die Ansichten können Sie beliebig oft wechseln. Sofern Sie das gesamte Modell sehen möchten, klicken  ...»

Die wahren Kosten einer (Lebens-)Versicherung

Wissenschaftler der University of Queensland haben herausgefunden, dass es nicht viel braucht, damit ein Problem oder eine unbekannte Aufgabenstellung das menschliche Denken überstrapazieren: wir haben alle kognitive Grenzen! Laut den Kognitionswissenschaftlern ist die Anzahl der Faktoren, die Menschen bei der Lösung eines Problems handhaben bzw. überblicken können, vergleichsweise gering. Drei Faktoren sind schwierig, vier werden nahezu unmöglich (http://www.innovations-report.de/html/berichte/studien-analysen/bericht-41509.html)  Dies belegt auch unser Fitness-Test für Planer und Entscheider (http://youtu.be/b1rZnlbE4vc). Hierbei haben wir auf typische Denkfallen in der täglichen Entscheidungspraxis hingewi ...»

Miete oder Eigentum?

Wissenschaftler der University of Queensland haben herausgefunden, dass es nicht viel braucht, damit ein Problem oder eine unbekannte Aufgabenstellung das menschliche Denken überstrapazieren: wir haben alle kognitive Grenzen! Laut den Kognitionswissenschaftlern ist die Anzahl der Faktoren, die Menschen bei der Lösung eines Problems handhaben bzw. überblicken können, vergleichsweise gering. Drei Faktoren sind schwierig, vier werden nahezu unmöglich (http://www.innovations-report.de/html/berichte/studien-analysen/bericht-41509.html) Dies belegt auch unser Fitness-Test für Planer und Entscheider (http://youtu.be/b1rZnlbE4vc). Hierbei haben wir auf typische Denkfallen in der täglichen Entscheidungspraxis hingewie ...»

System Archetypes Tragedy of the Commons

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetypes Success to the Successful

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetypes Limits to Growth

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetype Shifting the burden to the intervenor

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetype Fixes that fail

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetype Shifting the burden

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»

System Archetype Escalation

In the model "system achetypes" (https://imodeler.info/ro?key=AWmcYVpCac1lRUJaRxmTz7Q) we have explained different system archetypes, which are describing common patterns of behavior in all kind of organizations or systems. For this, we have used simple examples - mainly based on the work of Peter Senge (Literature: Peter Senge et. al., The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, 1994).  Peter Senge documented the most common set of patterns of behavior in organizations that have the tendency of reoccurring. These patterns almost always result in negative consequences due to mismanaging complex problems. Maybe, you will catch yourself by studying these patterns :-) Here, we would like to present one of the above mentione ...»