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Don’t fall in love with your models, no matter how beautiful they are

By Jonathan Nichols Located in Lisbon, Portugal European Master in System Dynamics candidate In studies using a system dynamics approach, we often build computer models to seek explanations for complex dynamic problems and search for leverage points where we might

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New series: “The size of your model doesn’t matter and other deep insights”

By Jonathan Nichols, Igor Oliveira, Khaled Gafaar, and Henrique Beck Valdivia Located in Lisbon, Portugal / Palermo, Italy European Master in System Dynamics candidates “The size of your model doesn’t matter and other deep insights” is a new series beginning

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