Systems thinking

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Self-organizing systems are information-bonded, meaning that information is the glue that holds them together. intent at least two levels up is a powerful way to influence what is going on inside groups. According to Jamshid Gharajedaghi, author of Systems Thinking, Managing Chaos and Complexity:

There are fundamental differences between the nature of the bond in mechanical systems and the nature of the bonds in sociocultural systems … while the elements of a mechanical system are 'energy bonded', those of sociocultural systems are 'information bonded.
Jamshid Gharajedaghi