Characteristics of Systemic Interventions LO9914

W.M. Deijmann (
Thu, 12 Sep 1996 00:09:20 +0200

Replying to LO9820 --

Dale Emery formulated the following suspicion:

>In addition to this quibble, I also have a nagging suspicion that
>something important is missing from your list, but for the life of me I
>can't think of what it might be.

Perhaps you miss the fact that interventions always are situation related
and that every effort to systemice it, at the best, gives an insight of
the past , namely of THAT particular situation?

Why are we so eger to systemice everything we've done?

How about unlearning to systemice things?



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