The book on the theme
Andreas Becker: “Vernetzt denken in Politik, Wirtschaft und Alltag: Warum es so schwierig ist und wie es dennoch gelingt”. (“Networked Thinking in Politics, Economics and Everyday Life: Why it is so difficult and how it still succeeds”)
München, Utz Verlag 2017. 320 pages, 97 illustrations. Euro 26,00 (D); Euro 26,80 (A).
Why is society confronted with uncountable small and big problems? The main cause lies in a wrong handling of complex topics. How fatal the outcome is can be seen daily in the media: bad “solutions”, high costs and new problems. This difficulty can also be found in the economy and in everyday life.
If one wants to cope with these small and big challanges there is no way around networked thinking. This book converys entertainingly an understanding for complexity, networked thinking and taking action.
It points out the biggest mistakes in handling complex situations and problems with the help of examples and illustrates in detail how networked thinking is possible.
A variety of illustrations, instructions, checklists and tools emphasises the practical benefit of this book.