Soft systems methodology: other voices

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Holwell, Sue;
(2000)

This issue of Systemic Practice and Action Research, celebrating the work of Peter Checkland, in the particular nature and development of soft systems methodology (SSM), would not have happened unless the work was seen by others as being important. No significant contri... View more
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